Posted On: 02/5/20 2:44 PM

After a relatively rough go in a tough non-league slate, Sherwood has found its stride in the Pacific Conference. The Bowmen have found a rhythm offensively and it couldn't have been better shown than in their Tuesday night 85-61 victory on the road at Century.

The theme of the game was unquestionably three - Sherwood's three-point shooting. From the jump the Bowmen looked to fire away from deep and they had things going. In particular Asher Krauel was knocking them down but in the end, Sherwood made a season-high 17 threes out of 38 attempts - a .447 percentage. Century made a bit of a run right before halftime to hang in there but the Bowmen simply had too much in the tank in the second half and won going away. Krauel led the way with 17 points, Caden Davis added 15, Blake Jensen tallied 11 points and eight rebounds, and Jamison Guerra dished out eight assists as all 11 Sherwood players scored.

"We've really talked about the process of getting better every day," said Sherwood head coach Rahim Tufts. "Guys are buying into that and are working really hard in practice.

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