Raiders dig deep to edge LTC

On a night with peaks and valleys, Benjamin Logan hit a high note at the right time Tuesday night against Lima Temple Christian.

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Benjamin Logan’s Joel Dixon drives to the basket during Tuesday’s home game against Lima Temple Christian. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MATT HAMMOND)

The Raiders fell down by seven points in the second half before rallying for a 48-47 victory over the visiting Pioneers in a non-league boys basketball game.

Ben Logan is now 5-4, while LTC falls to 3-3.

“Any time you are able to beat a quality opponent in a close game it does a lot for your confidence,” said Ben Logan head coach Matt McCurdy. “We are 5-4 going into the new year and that is a pretty good feeling.”

Trailing 44-43, Austin VanBuskirk drilled a three-pointer from the top of the key with 1:23 remaining to give the Raiders the lead for good.

“Austin has a ton of confidence and he hit a huge shot for us,” said McCurdy.

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