Blue Devils no match for unbeaten GilmantonGilmanton is establishing itself as one of the top small school boys' basketball teams in the Indianhead as they showed Monday in an 82-56 defeat of Plum City.
By: Red Wing Republican-Eagle Sports Staff, Pierce County Herald
GILMANTON - Gilmanton is establishing itself as one of the top small school boys' basketball teams in the Indianhead as they showed it Monday in an 82-56 defeat of Plum City.
Riley Davis scored 21 points and Brady Serum added 20 points as the No. 9 ranked Panthers improved to 7-0.
“They can all shoot the ball (and) rebound,” Plum City coach Paul Churchill said. “They just got the total package.”
The Blue Devils trailed by just one point, 15-14, after the first quarter; but were outscored 16-5 in the second quarter and the Panthers went to roll up their margin of victory from there, especially when PC made just one basket in the second quarter.
Chase Luebker led Plum City in points (16) and rebounds (eight). Alex Gilles added 11 points and eight assists while Mitchell Erickson finished with 13 points for the Blue Devils.
Plum City falls to 4-4 overall and travels Thursday to Mondovi.