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The Chrisman Scottland Eagles began a two day road trip on January 5th. Their first stop was St. Matthews. In the first quarter of the seventh grade boys, the Eagles were held scoreless, while St. Matthew took a 13-0 lead.
In the second, Chrisman’s Breydon Butler and Gavin Ruff scored four points for the Eagles, but they continued to trail with a score of 22-4 going into halftime. In the second half of the game, the Eagles struggled, scoring just three points. The seventh grade Eagles fell to St. Matthew with a final score of 37-7. Breydon Butler led with four points, followed by Gavin Ruff with two and Chase Chaney with one.
The eighth grade boys were hoping to have better luck as they took the court. In the first quarter, the Eagles were able to take a small lead with a score of 8-7. In the second, the game continued to go back and forth, but the Eagles held onto their lead with a score of 15-13 going into halftime.
In the third, St. Matthews took the lead for the first time with a score of 22-19. The fourth quarter was a battle between the two teams, resulting in a final score of 30-30, sending the game into overtime. Chrisman’s Stalter Mitchell score the Eagles four points in overtime, but St. Matthew got the upper hand, dealing the Eagles a heartbreaking loss with a final score of 36-36.
Statler Mitchell led with twenty-two points, followed by Gavin McCord with seven. Leland Board finished the game with four points, followed by Hayden Spesard with one point.
On January 6th, the Eagles traveled to Paris to take on the Mayo Redbirds. For the seventh grade boys, in the first quarter, Mayo took a 5-0 lead. In the second, Dylan Lucas gave the Eagles four points, but continued to trail 14-4.
In the third, the Eagles were held to five points and Mayo continued to lead with a score of 27-5.
The Mayo Redbirds continued to hold onto their lead, resulting in a final score of 39-8, a loss for the Eagles. Dylan Lucas led with four points, followed by Carter Swinderman with two. Chance Chaney and Brayden Butler ended the game with one point.
The eighth grade boys would have the same outcome as the seventh grade boys with a loss of 28-12. Gavin McCord led with eight points and Leland Board followed with four.