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Boys basketball: Warrington surpasses 1,000 points in Tigers' win

A balanced scoring attack led Nevis to a 93-40 victory over Clearbrook-Gonvick in the season opener.

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Ty Warrington scored 22 points to surpass 1,000 in his career in leading a balanced attack as the Nevis boys basketball team opened the season with a 93-40 victory over Clearbrook-Gonvick at the Tiger Arena on Thursday, Dec. 2.

Warrington scored the Tigers’ first 10 points to set the tone. Eddie Kramer (16), Cain Mitchell (14) and Joe Houchin (13) also scored in double figures for the Tigers, who led 43-21 at the half. Kramer grabbed eight rebounds and had two assists and two steals, JP Benson hauled down six rebounds, Devan Lindow had four rebounds and two assists, Warrington dished out four assists, and Mitchell had five steals.

“We got the season off to a good start. We jumped out early and we never looked back,” said Nevis head coach Scott Kramer. “The big difference in the game was our balance on offense as well as our bench. Devan Lindow provided an early spark and we got quality minutes from Ian Ahrendt and Spencer Lindow as well. With (6-foot-4) Benson and (6-6) Kramer, we have a little different look than the past few years. I thought we were able to guard the post pretty well as well as to work the ball inside offensively. We were also 39% from behind the arc, which was more than Clearbrook could handle.”

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