Stebbins lacked the size and strength to slow down Bellefontaine’s inside game Friday night.
Bellefontaine’s Max Oyer puts the ball up between Stebbins’ Michael Pickel, left, and G’Jailen Leak during Friday’s game at Bellefontaine. (EXAMINER PHOTO | TONY BARRETT)
Junior forward Max Oyer scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds and junior center Caleb Mitchell recorded 12 points and five boards to power the Chiefs to a 60-33 pasting of the visiting Indians in a Central Buckeye Conference Kenton Trail division game.
Bellefontaine wraps up league play with a 7-3 mark. The Chiefs are now 13-8 overall.
Stebbins drops to 5-15, 1-9.
“Our guards did a really nice job of getting the ball inside and our big guys did a good job finishing,” said BHS head coach Henry Stolly. “Our kids executed our game plan well and we had a lot of players contribute tonight.”
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