After giving up 42 first half points, Indian Creek clawed its way back into its non-conference boys basketball game, Thursday, by overcoming an 18-point third quarter deficit to force overtime, but the Eagles eventually suffered a 64-61 setback to Greater Grace.
Sophomore Tashoun Barnes led the way for the Eagles with 23 points and 22 rebounds. In addition freshman Derron Morgan chipped in a season-high 17 points and junior Cyle Porter’s dished out six assists and had nine steals.
Phil Dubay and Kyle Schaller each scored 18 points to lead Greater Grace, while Jack Hadley added 14 points.
|Greater Grace 64, Indian Creek 61, OT|
|Indian Creek: Barnes 23, Bostick 7, Kalloo 1, Davis 2, Porter 2, Brydson 8, Morgan 17, Marsh 1.|
|Greater Grace: Hadley 14, Williams 1, Greenwalt 2, Schaller 18, Anderson 11, Dubay 18.|