Cardington-Lincoln broke on top and refused to fold in holding off Mt. Gilead 65-57 in an Ohio boys basketball matchup.
There was no room for doubt as Cardington-Lincoln added to its advantage with a 22-8 margin in the closing period.
The Indians enjoyed a 49-43 lead over the Pirates to start the fourth quarter.
The Indians came from behind to grab the advantage 31-30 at half over the Pirates.
Mt. Gilead authored a promising start, taking advantage of Cardington-Lincoln 16-11 at the end of the first quarter.
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