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Whitko falls to fast Lion pace

December 2, 2013

LEO-CEDARVILLE — A speedy offense from the host Leo Lions was too much for Whitko Saturday.

The Wildcats lost to Leo by a final score of 79-46. The defeat puts Whitko at 0-2 on the 2013-14 campaign. It was the first game of the year for the 1-0 Lions.

Leo ran a high-pressure, full court defense that quickened the pace of the game, particularly in the second half. The Lions had 50 points combined from the third and fourth quarter.

Whitko Boys Basketball Head Coach Scott Wessel said his team had the correct strategy in its first game of the year against Columbia City — slow the pace.

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