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Utica’s Seth Kirkendall (5) looks for an open shot while Fredericktown’s Austin Hathaway (3) defends during their Mid-Buckeye Conference game on Tuesday. The Freddies won, 58-40.
Utica’s Seth Kirkendall (5) looks for an open shot while Fredericktown’s Austin Hathaway (3) defends during their Mid-Buckeye Conference game on Tuesday. The Freddies won, 58-40. (Photo by ) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
January 23, 2013 10:01 am EST

 

FREDERICKTOWN — Ryan Logan did his damage on both ends of the court and from the free throw line as well.

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The Fredericktown Freddies’ forward finished with 31 points on Tuesday. He did it by hitting 10-of-16 from the floor and 11-of-12 from the foul line. Just for good measure, he pulled down eight rebounds to lead his team to a 58-40 win over the visiting Utica Redskins in Mid-Buckeye Conference basketball action on Tuesday.

Logan went to work early, taking advantage of a pair of fouls from Utica post player Spencer Kendall (seven points). Logan had a pair of 3-point plays, a steal, a dunk and another bucket to help the Freddies grab a 10-2 lead.

“We harp on getting out to an early start.” said Logan. “We keep pushing and pushing to build that lead so they don’t get a chance.”

Logan would hit two more shots in the opening quarter. Fredericktown forward Nash Cunningham (four points) and guard Kirk Manns (five points) each added a score as the Freddies built an 11-point first quarter lead.

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