|Carlisle's Ty Golleher makes a wraparound pass against Woodlawn on Friday night. (Photos by Mark Buffalo)|
By Mark Buffalo
CARLISLE — The Carlisle Bison were in need of a victory after starting the season 0-3. They got one in a big way Friday night at Bison Arena.
Carlisle jumped out to a 20-9 lead against Woodlawn en route to a 76-58 victory over the Bears.
Carlisle pushed its lead to 35-19 at halftime and 56-37 after three quarters.
Woodlawn had a chance to cut the deficit to single digits several times midway through the fourth quarter but the Bison had an answer every time.
Devon Kendrick led the Bison with 34 points. Ty Golleher scored 12. Jamarious Harper had 11. Gray Amaden scored six. Zack Caviness had four. Braiden Wakefield scored three. Tayvion Metcalf and Braiden Jenkins had two points each. Caleb Jones and Tristan Seidenschwarz scored one point each.
“My boys finally fell into sync and started taking on the roads our team need them to,” Carlisle coach Jayson Lowery said. “We played a formidable opponent and defeated them soundly by playing our style of basketball.
“It took us four games to do this but I think the boys feel like we are starting to come together.”
|Carlisle's Devon Kendrick is fouled while making a move to the basket against Woodlawn.|