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Brookville surges in second half to defeat Kane

January 26, 2012

Photo by Keith Reigel – AJ Stefani goes high to get a shot off during first half action against Brookville. Stefani played a great defensive game as he had a hand on several balls by altering or blocking the raiders shots.

The Kane Wolves put together probably their best first half of the season against a very good Brookville team but lost, 57-36.
The Raiders used their team size to control the boards for most of the night. Kane had a great first quarter by A.J. Stefani as he played maybe the best center in the league in Zane Hackett pretty much even. Stefani had a few blocked shots as well as altering several others. Tyler Ennis also had a good night on the boards as he made a good contribution with several key rebounds.
Jeff Kocjancic led Kane in scoring with 14 points. Stefani was next with seven.

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