Redskins boys roll past New Knoxville for 10th win

Mike Frank
Sports Editor

Away on the range, Wapakoneta did just fine.
The Redskins set the tone early with a 27-point first quarter as they rolled over New Knoxville in nonleague boys basketball action Tuesday.
Wapakoneta improves to 10-2 overall, while New Knoxville drops to 2-9.
Senior guard Aaron Good led the charge, finishing with 22 points and 11 rebounds (and doing so in three quarters.) Adam Scott had 20 points and collected four rebounds.
Coach Doug Davis of Wapakoneta said, "We knew they've been struggling. You want to do things right. We talk a lot about getting better every day, every week."
He said that the team "did a good job playing under control, and taking what we were given." He praised the effort of Good. "His going in there to rebound helps a lot," noting that a number of his boards were on the offensive end.
For New Knoxville, Andrew Poppe had 10 points and Patrick Covert scored eight.

For more on this game, see Wednesday's edition of the Daily News.