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Published: Saturday, 2/20/2010

Craft scores 27 points as L-B stays unbeaten

ARCADIA - Aaron Craft scored all 27 of his points in the first three quarters for Liberty-Benton in a 81-45 win over Arcadia in Blanchard Valley Conference boys basketball.

Zach Jones added 13 points and Brett Pasche 10 for the Eagles, who won their 42nd straight BVC game and improved to 18-0, 9-0.

Jordin Duncan paced Arcadia (3-16, 1-8) with 19 points. Patrick Cowand added 13.

Port Clinton 53,

Huron 38

HURON -- The Redskins, who have already won the Sandusky Bay Conference title, remained undefeated (18-0, 13-0 SBC).

Derek Colston led the Redskins with 15 points, Cory Brown added 12 and Josh Francis 11.

The Tigers (10-8, 7-6) were led by Derek Dowell with 10.

Ann Arbor Huron 66, Bedford 49

TEMPERANCE - Bedford fell behind 35-21 at halftime and never recovered, falling to 8-8 (5-5 Southeastern Conference).

Jackson Lamb scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Mules.

Huron (9-1 SEC) was paced by Mike Lewis' 16 points.

North Baltimore 64,

Old Fort 54

NORTH BALTIMORE - Jeremy Grant scored 17 points, and Corey North chipped in with 14 for North Baltimore (14-5, 8-2 MAL).

Old Fort (3-16, 1-9) was paced by David Bagent's 19 points. Dalton Perry and Austin Frankart had 12 and 10 points, respectively.

Pettisville 44, Fayette 35

PETTISVILLE - Jacob Rupp scored 15 points for Pettisville (9-9). Aaron Bruner added 11.

Trevor Cox and Tyler Keefer each had nine points for Fayette (8-11).

Seneca East 68,

Fremont St. Joseph 63

ATTICA - Seneca East got 22 points from Jamie Schafer and 21 from Cody Kidwell.

Simon Nagy led St. Joseph (9-8, 4-5 MAL) with 24 points. Brant Reardon contributed 17 points.

Marion Harding 75, Fremont Ross 59

FREMONT -- The Presidents (18-1) were led by Shawn Dyer with 25 points.

Skylar Reffner had 23 to lead the Little Giants (3-15). Darian Spann added 15.

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