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County battle goes to Wayne Trace
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 12:13 AM

By JOE SHOUSE

Sportswriter

ANTWERP – It was a packed house at the Range on Friday night with the scheduled match-up featuring county and conference rivals Wayne Trace and Antwerp. In the backyard skirmish the favored Raiders were on top the entire game with the exception of a brief one-point Archer lead midway through the second quarter. The Raiders took control down the stretch in the fourth quarter to outlast the Archers, 51-37.

“Antwerp hung around, but we were able to get a couple of spurts in the game that really helped us,” said Raider head coach Jim Linder.

 

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