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Bulldogs Manage To Avenge Only League Defeat

Posted: January 26, 2013 at 5:16 a.m.

Photo by Randy Moll -- Decatur senior forward Andrew Harris breaks away from Hartford's Brody Funk and puts the ball up for two during play on Friday night at Decatur High School.

Revenge was a little bit harder to achieve than Decatur’s boys thought it might be Friday night against Hartford.

DECATUR 27, HARTFORD 26

Hartford 13 4 2 7 — 26

Decatur 17 4 2 4 — 27

Hartford (2-16, 1-9): Bumpas 8, Blanchard 7, Collins 7, Layne 2, Eveld 2.

Decatur (16-5, 9-1): M. Urquidi 9, V. Urquidi 7, Harris 5, Owens 3, Pitcher 3.

Decatur 39

Hartford 22

GIRLS — Decatur scored the game’s first seven points and cruised from there to post an easy victory over winless Hartford.

Sarah Harris had 12 points to lead Decatur (4-15, 2-8), which led by a 34-8 margin after three quarters en route to doubling its win total from last season. Lindsey Patterson had 10 points for Hartford (0-18, 0-10).

DECATUR 39, HARTFORD 22

Hartford 2 4 2 14 — 22

Decatur 9 14 11 5 — 39

Hartford (0-18, 0-10): Peterson 10, Lanman 7, Gentry 3, Chappell 2.

Decatur (4-15, 2-8): Harris 12, Ramsey 9, Frost 6, Witcher 4, Jackson 3, Yang 2, Barrett 2, Brenes 1.

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