Tigers Stay In Conference Chase

Although Northwest won the tip, Waverly struck first with Easton Wolf pulling down a defensive rebound and firing it to Cody Remington for a three that swished through the net. The Mohawks fought back in front briefly with back-to-back trifectas from Braden Borens. They looked to add to the lead, only to have Remington swipe the ball and go for a layup. Ethan Dunn tied the game at 6-6 by hitting the first of two shots. When the second was off the mark, Cobe Marquez was able to get the rebound and score, putting Waverly ahead 8-6. Borens put his team back in front for a final time by hitting a long triple from the top of the circle, 9-8. Then the Tigers closed quarter on a 9-0 run, taking a 17-11 advantage.

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