Dubois—When two rivals meet up midway through the season you can always throw the records out the window. Dubois came into Monday night’s game against the Bisons without having won a single game, but they didn’t show it early. The Beavers came out ready to play, but the Bisons weren’t going to be their first victory of the season.
Clearfield came out as flat as they have all season scoring only six points in the first quarter and struggling to keep the ball in their possession. Dubois, on the other hand, came out ready to play and showed that by going on an 8-1 run before a timeout by Coach Campman with 4:06 remaining in the first quarter. Even after the timeout
In the second quarter both teams struggled with turnovers and missed shots.
The Bisons were able to get solid games from Parker Herrington and Todd Hryn, who were able to net 13 points apiece. “Parker didn’t start off well at all tonight, but he was able to play much better in the second, third, and fourth quarter and that was a key to us winning. David Ryan also gave us good minutes off the bench tonight; he just gives us a different spark of energy, “said Campman.
The Bisons will be in action again Thursday night when they travel to St. Marys to take on the Elk County Catholic Crusaiders.
Herrington 4 3-4 13, Ryan 0 0-0 0,
Bertini 1 0-1 2, Bush 0 0-0 0,
Score by Quarter