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Penn Boys Hoops rallies for fourth comeback win in last five games

Noah Applegate and Brian Doslak named impact performers vs. Northridge.

Penn High’s Kingsmen turned in a dominating fourth-quarter effort, outscoring Northridge 28-15, to earn a tough 57-47 victory on Tuesday, Jan. 17.

 

Penn has won four of its last five games. In those four wins, Penn has rallied from deficits of 8 (New Prairie), 11 (Glenn), 17 (No. 12 Valparaiso) and 7 (Northridge) points.

 

Brian Doslak led Penn with 15 points – hitting 3 three-pointers and finishing off the Raiders with 6-of-6 free-throw shooting down the stretch.

 

Noah Applegate triggered an 11-0 Kingsmen run and finished with 10 points, nine in the second half. Applegate, a 6-foot-5 sophomore, also had seven rebounds and six assists.

 

Matt McCown scored 10 points, Connor Schneider scored nine points, and Drew Lutz scored eight points for the Kingsmen.

 

PENN 57 – Drew Lutz 8, Drew Schneider 0, Brian Doslak 15, Beau Ludwick 3, Noah Applegate 10, Noah Krathwohl 2, Matt McCown 10, Connor Schneider 9, Riley Smith 0.

 

Northridge 47 – Connor Utley 7, Braden Tadeo 0, Justin Wine 0, Jackson Erekson 2, Nick Yoder 11, Luke Morrison 21, Kyle Carson 2, Micah Yoder 2, Zack Welker 2.

 

PENN             8          7          14        28 – 57

Northridge     12        8          12        15 – 47

 

Three-pointers: PENN 6 (Doslak 3, Lutz 2, Ludwick 1), Northridge 3 (Morrison).