Redskins get another easy win

Mike Frank
Sports Editor

WAPAKONETA — No signs of a letdown.
The Wapakoneta boys basketball team rolled to its second win in as many nights, routing Indian Lake 80-50 in its home opener on Saturday.
The Redskins (2-0) held the Lakers to just 13 points in the first half, and had all aspects working well — shooting, passing, and drawing fouls, as well as rebounding well at both ends.
"They played together and took good shots," said Coach Doug Davis. He noted that Adam Scott and Ryan Carrico help draw attention in the post, allowing more shots from the perimeter.
One example of that was in sophomore Garrett Siefring, who was the high scorer on the night, with 18 points, with 12 of those on 3-pointers. "He had his feet set, and took good shots," said Davis.
"That's what we want, for guys to work the ball, and end up with easier shots."
Scott finished with 17 points, Aaron Good had 15 and Reed Merricle scored 11 to make it a quartet in double figures. Besides the points, Scott had a number of sharp passes for assists.
Nate Reichert had 11 and Clay Jacobs scored 10 for Indian Lake.