Posted On: 02/22/20 4:04 PM

In Saturday afternoon’s contest between the Sullivan Golden Arrows and the Evansville Bosse Bulldogs, shooting was on display early.  Both teams were above 50% from the floor in the first half to keep the game close. To end the first half and start the second half, Bosse went on a 16-2 run, highlighted by a couple of monster alley-oop slams, to stretch to extend the lead out to 16 midway through the third quarter.  From that point on, Bosse cruised to a 74-61 victory on the road. Although Bosse won by 13 points, they controlled the game so much more than that. Rocco Roshel hit six threes down the stretch to keep the game reasonably close. Now, let’s take a look at five key takeaways from Saturday afternoon’s game… 


1.   If Bosse can hit shots, they will give Heritage Hills a game

Sectional 32 is going to be tough with both Heritage Hills and Evansville Bosse ranked in the top 8 in 3A.  Heritage Hills beat Bosse by 14 on a neutral court at the beginning of the season, so they are the favorite coming into the Sectional.  However, Bosse was able to

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