Austin Kaseberg scored a season-high 33 points and Max Martin chipped in with 18 to pace a Sherman Husky offense that hit on 29 field goals for a 76-44 win over Trout Lake Friday in non-league boy’s basketball play on the road in Trout Lake, Wash.
Up by a 19-5 score after one quarter of play, the Huskies came out with guns blazing in the second quarter with a season-high 36 points to jump ahead by a 55-18 tally at halftime.
The lead swelled to 40 points entering the final period, as the Huskies motored to a 13-10 margin in the third.
Trout Lake hit on 17 baskets and sank 7 of 12 free throws for its output.
When it was all said and done, Sherman coach Bill Blevins credited the offensive display.
“(We) shot well tonight,” Blevins said. “(I am) very proud of the kids’ effort tonight. We executed our offense pretty well, which led to some good looks at the basket.”
Sherman (2-2 overall) played in Lyle Saturday. The team comes back home for a tough tilt against 3A Riverside at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.