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January 29, 2014

BOYS' BASKETBALL: Dragons dominate Providence, 68-45

Creek out-rebounds Pioneers 30-15 in runaway victory



Silver Creek    19 12 18 21—68

Providence    12   4 12 17—45

    Silver Creek (7-5): Tinsley 17, Durham 9, Davidson 10, Bauer 9, Reed 15, Howell 0, Steele 0, Garr 4, Cook 2, Thompson 2.

    Providence (8-4): Goad 27, Betz 0, Shahroudi 3, Koerner 0, Hayes 12, Hayden 3, Watson 0, Schuler 0, Carrico 0.

    3-point field goals: Silver Creek 2 (Durham, Bauer); Providence 5 (Goad 4, Hayden).

    Rebounds: Silver Creek 30 (Reed 12); Providence 14 (Hayes 4).

    Assists: Silver Creek 9 (Durham 4); Providence 3 (Goad 2).

    Steals: Silver Creek 5 (Davidson 3); Providence 4 (Goad 2).

    Blocked shots: Silver Creek 4 (Reed 3); Providence 1 (Goad).

    Turnovers: Silver Creek 15, Providence 11.

    Fouled out: None.

    Technical fouls: None.

    Junior varsity: Silver Creek 29-17.

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