By: Scott Emigh, Editor-in-Chief
The JV Sandite boys got off to a great start against the Jenks junior Trojans Friday night at Frank Herald Stadium, battling back and forth before taking a 19-17 lead at the end of the first.
The boys led by as much as 27-19 at one point before the home team went on a scoring streak nearly catching up 29-27 at the half.
At some point during halftime the score was changed to 27-27 and the opposing teams were unable to reach a consensus on the score and the home team had their way.
Not that those two points mattered in the end however, as the Trojans out scored the Sandites 23-8 in the third with 16 unanswered points before Josh Taber sank a pair of free throws.
Riding a 13 point advantage into the final period, the Trojans added another 11 to finish 61-44, or 61-42 according to the scoreboard.
The boys fall to 1-5 on the season, despite a great performance from Jacob Garbey who scored an outstanding 21 points.