By Gaylen Duskey

Casey Harrison scored 26 points to lead Wahama to a 61-47 victory over visiting Calhoun Friday night.

The Red Devils started slowly and that proved to be the difference in the game as the two teams played on an even keel following that. Wahama jumped out to a 25-10 first quarter lead as Harrison and Brent Clark combined for most of the White Falcons' points.

Calhoun rallied in the second quarter and trailed by only eight at the half. But Wahama surged again in the third quarter before the Red Devils rallied again in the fourth period.

Zach Moore led the 0-11 Red Devils with 16 points, 11 rebounds and seven steals.

Andrew Norman played an inspired game and added 10 points while Josh DeWeese chipped in with nine and Lucas Morford eight.

Jacob Dodd had four points while playing most of the game on a sore knee.

Justin Gerwig, Kyle Keesler and Chuck Kendall all played but did not score.

DeWeese added nine rebounds while Norman and Morford had five steals each.

Calhoun dropped the junior varsity game 69-40 despite the one-quarter outburst of Keesler.

Keesler came off the bench in the second quarter to score 14 points and lead the Red Devils from 20 points down (25-5) to within 13 (39-26) at the half.

But Keesler was limited to just one quarter of junior varsity action since he was needed to play in the varsity contest.

Without Keesler in the third period and with the officiating going heavily in Wahama's favor the Red Devils were outscored 22-2 giving the Falcons a 51-28 lead after three essentially putting the game out of reach.

Harold McCumbers and Kendall backed Keesler with 12 points each. Gerwig added two while Cai Clothier, Greg Myers, Anthony Richards and Noah Sweeney all played but did not score.

McCumbers led the Red Devils on the boards with eight while Kendall added six, Richards five and Clothier four.

Kendall also had four blocks and six steals. McCumbers added four steals for the Red Devils, now 0-7.

Calhoun seeks to get on the winning side of the board Tuesday night when it travels to Clay for a doubleheader.

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