Playing the first game of what could be extended time without leading scorer Cole West, Oneida used the 3-point line to its advantage tonight, knocking down nine long-range shots in a 56-48 win over Clarkrange.
Josh Sharp and Michael Jeffers combined for eight of those 3-balls — five and three, respectively — and each scored career highs; Sharp finished with 21 points and Jeffers with 15.
The Indians connected on more field goals from beyond the 3-point line than inside it — just seven 2-point baskets — on a night when the length of Clarkrange's interior defense made life difficult inside for Oneida.To continue reading, please subscribe to the Independent Herald. If you are already a subscriber, email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive login credentials. If you are a subscriber who is logged in and believe you are seeing this message in error, please email email@example.com or call 423-569-6343.