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Central tops Christian Life in opener

The Central boys basketball team was solid in the second and third quarters in a season-opening 58-41 non-conference victory over Christian Life on Tuesday night in Paddock Lake.

“Tonight was a good start for us,” Central coach Dave Sjong said. “I thought the kids that don’t have a lot of experience really stepped up tonight and contributed along with our seniors. It was nice for us to get on the floor against a team that is off to a good start and see us do things well. It’s an encourgaging start for us and something we can build on going into next week.”

With the score tied 10-10 after one quarter, the Falcons outscored the Eagles 13-4 in the second quarter and 21-10 in the third quarter to build a 20-point lead heading into the final eight minutes.

Christian Life tops Union Grove at the BC

The Christian Life boys basketball team made sure its trip to the Bradley Center would be a victorious one.

Brian Rintelman hit a go-ahead basket late and Sam Porcaro made enough free throws as the Eagles beat Union Grove 66-64 in non-conference action Saturday as part of the Milwaukee Bucks Prep Series.

Everything is new for Eagles

Christian Life boys basketball coach Steve Powell will have to deal with a new roster and a new league this season.

The revamped Eagles open tonight at Brookfield Academy in a Midwest Classic Conference game at Brookfield at 7:30.

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