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Chargers' Boys Roll to 75-33 Win Over WCV

It was over in the first quarter. Well, not literally over, but the outcome had been determined early on when the ACGC Chargers defeated West Central Valley on Tuesday, 75-33. ACGC built a 27-4 lead after one quarter which was more than the outmanned Wildcats could overcome.

The Chargers raced to a 17-0 lead in the first four minutes of the game. Miles Kading led the first quarter onslaught for ACGC with with thirteen points while the Chargers limited the Wildcats to two field goals.

By halftime the Chargers lead had swelled to forty points at 50-10 thanks to nine of seventeen shooting by the visitors that included five treys. ACGC made ten three pointers in the first half.

With a forty point lead at the break, the Charger offensive output was decreased by half, as the team netted twenty five points after the intermission.

Miles Kading finished with 28 points to lead the Charger scoring, while Ben Marsh also scored in double figures with 15 points. Kading's ten rebounds gave him a double double for his efforts. Brother Noah led the team in assists with five, while Miles came up with five steals.

As a team ACGC shot 53% from the field on thirty two of sixty shot attempts that included nine successful treys out of twenty five tries. They converted on two of the three free throws they shot.

"In looking at the box score, transition points and points in the paint stick out to me," Charger coach Lance Kading said after the win. "Our two main points of emphasis before the game were for our defense not to give up up easy baskets on the inside, and to get out and run our fast break. The guys did a great job at both, and we were able to get another conference win on the road."

The conference win is the eleventh of the season against three losses. The team's overall record improved to 15-4 for the season.

Score by quarter:

ACGC 27 23 14 11--75

WCV 4 6 9 14--33

ACGC statistics: (TP-RB-AST-STLS) Marsh(15-5-3-1) Solorzano(6-1-0-0) Bunde(2-2-0-0) MKading(28-10-1-1) Nkading(6-2-5-2) Littler(9-0-2-3) Chance(0-0-0-0) Policky(2-2-0-0) Weinkoetz(7-6-3-0)

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