April 18, 2014

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Archers shoot down Stryker

By JOE SHOUSE

Sportswriter

STRYKER – The Antwerp Archers placed four players in double figures while scoring the most points in a contest so far this season with 67 in beating Stryker on Saturday night, 67-60.

The Archers improve to 5-3 with the Panthers falling to 2-6.

Leading the Archer attack offensively was senior Derek Smalley with 22 points, followed by teammate Kaden Brumett with 14 and 11 each from Garrett Jones and Trenton Copsey.

“It was good to see Derek hit his shots. I think he’s back and that will make us a much better basketball team,” said head coach T.J. Hammer.

 

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