Windsor rallied late but fell behind early against Beecher City, coming up on the short end 60-45. Andrew Bullock and Ace Camfield were the top guns for the Blue Devils with Bullock hitting for the team high of 17 including two treys and Camfield coming in with 14 on three treys and a field goal plus change.

For the Eagles, Koester was the game high pointer with 21 followed by Tull with 18 (three treys).

In the first period, Beecher romped to a 21-5 point lead over the Blue Devils

In the second period, Windsor played Beecher close, scoring 10 to the Eagles 11. Bullock hit for a Devil trey and field goal; Camfield had a two-pointer and two from the line and Elliott Mowry hit one of two at the stripe.

But Beecher City’s first period romp put them in the lead at half time, 32-15.

Windsor came back to play an inspired third, knocking down 18 points to the Eagles 10. Nathan Curry, Ty Warner, and Andrew Bullock hit for double hoops and Camfield sailed in a longball for Windsor. But Beecher still led 42-33 going into the fourth.

But Windsor’s momentum sagged as Beecher picked back up where they left off, coming back in with 18 points to Windsor’s 12. Camfield and Bullock hit for treys in the fourth and Warner had a solo bucket, but the Eagles were riding high on the first period pad of 16 points and carried the balance forward to win by 15, 60-45.

Beecher City- 21 11 10 18--60

Windsor- 5 10 18 12--45

Scoring: For Beecher City- Bales (2 FG); Tull 18 pts, (4 FG, 3-3’s, FT); Rexcord 11 pts, (2 FG, 2-3’s, FT); McKay (2 FG); Lowe (FG); Koester 21 pts, (10 FG, FT). For Windsor- Drummond (FT); Curry (2 FG); Camfield 14 pts, (3-3’s, FG, 3 FT); Mowry (FT); Warner 8 pts, (3 FG, 2 FT); Bullock 17 pts, (4 FG, 2-3’s, 3 FT).

Windsor goes to 5-17 on the season and 2-7 in NTC Conference.

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