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Win by 20s: Spartans, Rockets rolled over opponents Friday night

Unity 53 - Rantoul 32

Unity outscored visiting Rantoul 30-12 in the first half on their way to a 53-32 conference win on Friday.

Rockets' Nate Drennan led all scorers with 14 points behind three treys. To other players reached double digits in the scorebook. Blake Kimball added 11 points and Austin Langendorf had 10 to complete the sweep by both the boys and girls programs over the Eagles.

Rantoul's scoring effort was led by Jaxon Freeman, who was a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line, with 11 points. Five other players contributed in the loss.

Both team made seven of 11 free throw attempts in their only meeting on the hardwood this season.

St. Joseph-Ogden 81 - Olympia 58

Thanks to four players turning in double-digit scoring and domination in the paint, SJO's adds huge road win over the league's other Spartan team to this season's accomplishments.

Ty Pence tallied yet another solid set of stats with 24 points and 12 rebounds for St. Joseph-Ogden. Teammates Evan Ingram, Cameron Costa and Andrew Beyers had 16, 11 and 10 points, respectively.

SJO outrebounded their hosts nearly 2-for-1, 37-19. Jackson Rydell came away a game-high three steals.

Olympia's scoring attack was led by junior Adam Swartzendruber's 12 points and 6-foot-4 senior Hunter Berges with 11.

In another short turnaround, St. Joseph-Ogden (9-2) will play visiting Teutopolis today at 2:30p.

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