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Indians looking to inch closer to playoff berth

Posted on October 8, 2021

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LAWRENCEVILLE –– Getting to the playoffs and playing at a 10th game at the end of the season is what...

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Red Hill High School's boys' basketball team returns three starters from the condensed 2021 spring season, but lacks much experience other than that among the 17 players in the program for the 2021-22 season. Members of this team are: (front L-R) Hunter Ivers, Max Moore, Payton Seaney, Hayden Arbuckle, Isaiah Stitt, Reece Ralston, Nathan Reed and Dylan Aten. In back are: (L-R) assistant coach Parker Havill, Dawson Holtz, Blake Davis, Drayden Pentell, Andrew Maxfield, Anthony Jerrell, Ben Stimler, Colton Hayes, Colin Laakman, Jacob Powden, head coach Bryan Havill and manager James Fleming. The Salukis opened their season with a 66-52 loss at Cisne Monday and will play in the annual Lawrence County Basketball Capital Classic this weekend. Red Hill is slated to play Mt. Carmel, Edwards County and Olney in pool play in Bridgeport, followed by a crossover game against a team from the Lawrenceville site in the final round at Lawrenceville Saturday night. Contributed photo

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