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Centerburg’s Tyler Stoyle looks for an opening while guarded by Northridge’s Chad Campbell during Friday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game. The Trojans won, 69-56.
Centerburg’s Tyler Stoyle looks for an opening while guarded by Northridge’s Chad Campbell during Friday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game. The Trojans won, 69-56. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
January 26, 2013 8:34 am EST

 

CENTERBURG — The Centerburg Trojans greeted the visiting Northridge Vikings with a barrage of layups and 3-pointers.

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With Zac Holsopple (27 points) and Tyler Stoyle (21 points) leading the way, the Trojans stunned the Vikings in the first half and rolled on to a 69-56 win in Mid-Buckeye Conference action on Friday night.

First it was Holsopple, who hit nine points in the first quarter to lead his teammates on a 17-2 run. That run gave the Trojans a 25-12 lead early in the second quarter. Centerburg post Clayton Schaefer added three baskets in the run, including a pair off of Stoyle assists. Stoyle had five assists in the game.

“If I find space, I know that Tyler and those guys are going to find me and that’s the best part about it,” said Holsopple. “If I am there, they find me and all I have to do is finish.”

Stoyle took over soon after that. He grabbed a rebound and went the length of the court to hit a layup to give his team a 27-14 lead. The Trojans shot 26-of-46 (57 percent) from the floor.

 

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