Trojans fall to Lions

Dillon Savage prepares to pass around the outstretched arms of Jamie Good in first quarter action vs. Eureka Tuesday evening. (Paul Sievers/TWN)

The Trojans may have gained some momentum in their home game against Eureka on Tuesday night, but the Lions defeated the Trojans once again ó 49-34.

The Trojans didnít score more than single digits in the first three quarters, with 6, 9 and 8 points added on the scoreboard.

In the fourth quarter, the Trojans gained some momentum, scoring 11 points, but the Lions also upped their game, scoring 17 points in the same quarter.

Dillon Savage led the team with 11 points, Mason Chapel came in with 10, Jordan Day chipped in six, Tucker Winn scored four and Dylan Cummings added three.

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