A rugged contest ended with the right result as far as Upper Sandusky was concerned after Saturday’s 60-59 decision on March 7 in Ohio boys high school basketball.
A 14-9 scoring edge in the final quarter fueled the Rams’ defeat of the Truckers.
The Truckers enjoyed a 50-46 lead over the Rams to start the fourth quarter.
Had this been a prize fight, Norwalk would’ve earned the judge’s decision at halftime, with a 36-27 lead on Upper Sandusky.
The Truckers showed they were ready to play, using an early thrust to carve out a 20-14 advantage over the Rams as the first quarter ended.
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