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Rams improve to 14-1 with win over Sheffield

January 23, 2013

Johnsonburg senior Kenny Imbrogno, left, looks for an open player Tuesday night during the Rams' 82-43 win against visiting Sheffield.

JOHNSONBURG – Junior Cameron Grumley had a career night with 25 points Tuesday night as the Rams (14-1) dominated Sheffield (4-6) in an 82-43 rout.
Grumley, who scored 13 points alone in the first quarter, was joined in double digits by fellow junior Cole Peterson with 14 points, and senior Mitchell Holmberg with 13.
"We had a got a good start again and we spread the ball very well," said Johnsonburg head boys varsity basketball coach Bill Shuey following his team's 14th win of the season. "Our players see the floor very well and if you're open be ready. If you're not ready, you're going to catch it in the chops."
The Rams got things rolling early with a 10-0 run to start the game, including three straight layups from Grumley. The Rams took advantage of several Sheffield turnovers to jump out to the early cushion. Unable to mount any offensive pressure inside against the Johnsonburg defense, the Wolverines instead camped out outside the 3-point line, draining eight treys throughout the game but never standing a chance.

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