Trojans set 3-point mark in win over New Knoxville

Mike Frank
Sports Editor

BOTKINS — On Saturday evening, Botkins boys basketball celebrated its past.
The future is looking pretty good as well.
The Trojans connected on a school-record 16 three-pointers as they routed visiting New Knoxville 75-40 in a nonleague matchup.
Botkins is now 3-6 overall, while New Knoxville drops to 1-6 on the year.
The 75 points are also the highest total for Botkins so far this season. Freshman Jaydon Wendel had six 3-pointers as part of his game-high 20 points. Josh Madden hit four times from long range for 12, and another freshman, Jacob Pleiman had 10 points as well.
Besides Wendel and Madden, Elliott Goubeaux had two, and Parker Geis, Spencer Heuker, Tyler Free and Conner Smock each hit one behind the arc.