Bulldog boys hammer Asotin to cap three-game win string

 

January 23, 2020

John Lustig; Kenneth Lenoir

John Lustig stretches for an up-and-under bucket in front of Kenneth Lenoir of the Timberwolves.

Colfax boys cranked up the speed and dropped Asotin 64-38 Tuesday in another league round. The home win advances Colfax to 6-2 in league play with a game Saturday at Reardan. The Indians are one of the two teams in the NE-South that pegged a win over Colfax in the first league round.

Tuesday, Colfax moved out to a fast start, pegged a 16-12 lead after the first quarter and then rolled to a 35-20 lead at the half.

Panther Coach Seth Paine had just three players on his bench, and the energy lag began to hit the Panthers as the game advanced.

Colfax had a 20-point lead before the end of the...



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