By Jim Phelps
Tri County closed out its regular season of play Feb. 18 with a convincing, 47-29 road win against Sandy Creek.
The Trojans shot out to a 13-9 lead after one quarter, and increased their advantage to 30-22 at halftime.
The story of the second half was Tri County's defense which limited Sandy Creek's offense to just seven total points.
"The boys showed up defensively on Friday, and Sandy Creek's second half score is evidence to prove their effort," Trojans coach Jared Knapp replied.
"Offensively, Garrett Kowalski played an outstanding game and showed many different ways to score," Knapp said.
"Sandy Creek's rough defense was able to limit Samuel Hahn to 10 points, but with help from Bennet Weise and Kyle Riesen, we still dominated the paint," Knapp commented.