Schroeder boys basketball holds off late surge by Churchville-Chili to remain unbeaten

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Nicholas Hauman controlled the game down the stretch on both ends to help Schroeder move to 6-0

WEBSTER, N.Y. (WROC) — In their first game back in nearly three weeks, Schroeder pulled away late to defeat Churchville-Chili 45-42.

The Warriors led 7-6 after a low scoring first quarter, but would make it a 24-15 game heading into halftime behind a three point explosion by Matthew Salina. The Saints would come marching back in the third behind the strong play of Jason Gibbs as they would trail 32-29 heading into the fourth.

In a back and forth game down the stretch with multiple ties, Salina would knock down a triple from the left wing to make it a 40-37 game.

Nicholas Hauman was the high man for Schroeder with 15 points, nine of which came in the fourth quarter. Jason Gibbs of Churchville-Chili led all scorers with 22 points.

Schroeder will host 8-0 Victor on Friday, January 7th in a clash between two undefeated teams. Churchville-Chili will hit the road and take on Irondequoit on the same evening.

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