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February 12, 2014
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CHS wins, moves into third place

RENO — Carson basketball coach Carlos Mendeguia admitted that he was concerned about Tuesday’s game against last-place Wooster. He shouldn’t have been. Using a stifling defense, Carson opened up a 13-point halftime lead en route to a 52-25 demolition of the Colts at Craig Congdon Gym. Carson improved to 9-6, one game behind Damonte Ranch which knocked off Douglas. The Tigers are now 8-7. Douglas hosts Carson at 7 p.m. Friday, while Damonte visits first-place Galena. “We haven’t had one of these (blowouts) for a long time,” Mendeguia said. “Historically, we haven’t done that well here. They always play us …

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