Crestview’s Tyson Bolenbaugh blocks the shot of Wayne Trace center T. J. Blackmore during the Knights’ 50-48 win in Haviland on December 28. That game represents the lone loss on the Wayne Trace record. (TB file photo)
Crestview’s Tyson Bolenbaugh blocks the shot of Wayne Trace center T. J. Blackmore during the Knights’ 50-48 win in Haviland on December 28. That game represents the lone loss on the Wayne Trace record. (TB file photo)
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Two of the top teams in the state in Division IV lock horns in Convoy this Saturday when Wayne Trace, ranked seventh in the latest AP poll, visits Crestview (ranked number one).
Crestview (16-0) defeated the Raiders (13-1) in Haviland on December 28 when Wayne Trace senior Colby Speice had a 3-point attempt that would have won the game rim out at the buzzer. The Knights claimed a 50-48 victory that night. Wayne Trace will be looking to get even at Ray Etzler Gymnasium on Saturday evening.
The Knights will welcome Northwest Conferece foe Allen East on Friday night and presale tickets are available for both games. Tickets can be purchased in the athletic office on Friday from7:30 a.m. until 3:20 p.m. All tickets sold at the door are $6, but students can get in for $4 by buying the presale tickets. Adult presale cost is $5.