Junior guard Jacob Grim shoots a free throw Dec. 9 at Yorktown High School in Yorktown, Indiana. The Tigers defeated Delta High School 49-39. Zach Carter DN
DELAWARE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Yorktown defeats Delta 49-39 in cross-county rivalry

One of the biggest rivalries in Delaware County took place on the court Dec. 9. Fans from both teams created an environment at Yorktown High School that gave the game an extra spark. “It was a great high school basketball atmosphere just like it should be,” Yorktown head coach Matt Moulton said. “Just a classic Delaware County basketball matchup.” In the end, the Yorktown Tigers defeated the Delta Eagles 49-39. 


DELAWARE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

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The second quarter was not much different with both teams scoring 17 points a piece. Groves talked about the shooting performances from the two schools. “I thought both teams were going to reach 100 [points],” he said. “They shot lights out and we shot pretty decent in the first half.” But after halftime, the Blackhawks stepped on the gas pedal and did not look back. They scored 29 points in the fourth quarter, 15 more points than the Trojans. Junior guard Timmy Watson was instrumental in the comeback.



A pair of Nike Air Force 1s. Jacob Musselman, DN
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Following Brooklyn Nets star point guard Kyrie Irving’s incident where he shared a link on Twitter promoting an Anti-Semitic documentary, Celtics star Jaylen Brown voiced his opinion on Nike. “Since when did Nike care about ethics?” Brown said in a tweet replying back to Nike’s founder Phil Knights' comments on Kyrie.









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