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WT holds on for win over Paulding
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 5:15 PM

By KEVIN WANNEMACHER

Sportswriter

HAVILAND – Dalton Sinn scored 17 points and Colby Speice added 13 to lead Wayne Trace to a 51-41 win over county rival Paulding Saturday night at the ‘Palace.’

The victory ends a four-game regular season losing streak to the Panthers and was a crucial one for the Raiders, who were coming off of a blowout loss to rival Crestview a week ago.

“It’s a big win for us,” noted Raider head coach Jim Linder. “It’s a big win for our kids. They have worked hard this year and we needed to get a quality win early in the year like this. Paulding is a good basketball team and they are going to have a lot of success this year.”

 

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