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|Wossman keeps up with district pace|
Wossman has finally found its consistency and is rolling along in district play after an incredible 65-61 overtime victory at Richwood on Tuesday night.
Jonathan Ross led the way with 20 points and 14 rebounds, including the go-ahead basket in the fourth quarter to propel Wossman (18-7, 6-3) to their biggest win of the season.
Montez Sellars added 15 points as Richwood could not slow down Wossman when they decided to drive inside and work the ball down near the basket.
The victory by the Wildcats avenged a 70-61 overtime loss at home to Richwood on Jan. 23.
Rydell Harris and Marcies Davis each scored in double-digits for Richwood (17-10) in a game that saw too many turnovers and not enough defense to halt the defending 3A state champions in front of a rowdy, sell-out crowd at "The Wood Shed."
"We did not get rattled by their press," Wossman head coach Dale Zimmerman said. "We were able to learn from our last game with them and not let them beat us with pressure defense."
On the girls' side, Wossman continued their dominance in district play with a 65-57 win over the Lady Rams of Richwood.
Judy Jones paced Wossman through a first half that saw back-and-forth action between the heated district rivals.
Richwood lost their composure a bit in the second half as the depth and defensive pressure of Wossman took its toll on the young Lady Rams.
Wossman will next host the Madison Jaguars on Friday night. The two teams sit in third place in the district and a win would be a big step toward the Wildcats making the boys' Class 3A playoffs.
"This game is huge for us and we are glad to be at home Friday night," Zimmerman said. "Madison is just like Rayville or Richwood, they are going to press and it will all come down to how well we handle the pressure if we can come out on top or not."
The ladies action begins at 6 p.m. and the Wildcats will tip at about 7:30 p.m.