West Washington wins school’s first regional

West Washington wins school’s first regional

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West Washington wins school’s first regional

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LOOGOOTEE, Ind. – Michael Sizemore, a 6-foot guard, poured in 23 points as West Washington claimed their first-ever regional title in boys basketball with a 63-50 win over Wood Memorial in the finals of the Class A Loogootee Regional.

Sizemore scored 17 of his points in the second half, when the Senators (20-8) outscored Wood Memorial 40-23.

“He really stepped up his game in the second half,” said West Washington coach Sean Smith. “He was a catalyst for us. He’s just a really strong kid. He has really developed his game at the offensive end.”

Walker Nurrenbern led the Trojans (20-9) with 18 points.

West Washington, winners of 10 straight after a 10-8 start, will face third-ranked Bloomfield (25-3) in the Class A Seymour semi-state Saturday at 4 p.m.

West Washington 14 9 16 24 63
Wood Memorial 17 10 10 13 50

 

West Washington (20-8): Sizemore 23, Green 10, Trueblood 9, Sanford 9, Walker 10, Byrne 2.

Wood Memorial (20-9): Fleischer 13, Vickers 3, Bartley 8, Jarboe 8, Nurrenbern 18.

3-point goals: Sizemore, Green, Trueblood, Fleischer 2, Vickers, Nurrenbern.

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