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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Bloomfield fifth takes tourney

Monday, January 14, 2013

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The Bloomfield Elementary School boys fifth grade basketball team won a tournament at WRV-Lyons on Saturday. Above team members pose for a photo. They are front (from left) Austin Page, Eli Cumming, Josh Pyne, Nate Hughes, Lane Skinner and Noah Cumming. Back row coach John Royal, Turner Royal, Cameron Ross, Caleb Frady, Jack Townsend, Gabe Farmer, Peyton Davis, and coach Holden Hamm. (Submitted photo).
The Bloomfield Elementary School fifth grade boys basketball team won a tournament hosted by WRV-Lyons on Saturday.

The field consisted of the Cardinals, Eastern Greene, the hosts and North Knox.

In the early morning game Bloomfield bested Eastern Greene by a score of 37-9.

Bloomfield was lead in scoring by Lane skinner with eight points, Caleb Frady and Josh Pyne with six points each, Turner Royal with five, Jack Townsend with four, Nate Hughes with four while Eli Cumming and Peyton Davis added two points each.

In the second game North Knox beat WRV-Lyons in a tight game.

Eastern Greene held on to beat WRV-Lyons in the consolation game while Bloomfield and North Knox met in the championship game.

Bloomfield prevailed by a final tally of 39-9 behind a 16-point performance from Royal.

Frady added six while Townsend and Pyne finished with five points each.

Davis, Cumming and Hughes added two points each while Cameron Ross finished with one.

Other players to participate included Lane Skinner, Noah Cumming, Austin Page and Gabe Farmer.

Bloomfield improved to 9-0 on the season. Their next game is at WRV-Worthington on Monday (tonight) then they play host to Loogootee on Tuesday.



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