SL uses tough defense to get past Denison-Schleswig

Denison-Schleswig’s Cameron Webb jumps

over Storm Lake’s Lamar Mulgae during a

play in their game last Thursday at Denison.

TIMES photo by JAMIE KNAPP

With the way Storm Lake can play defense this year, the Tornadoes don’t have to score 75 points to win a basketball game.

Forty-six is good enough.

That’s what the Tornadoes scored last Thursday night and it was just enough to beat Denison-Schleswig 46-43 in a nonconference game played at Denison.

Denison-Schleswig led 9-5 after the first quarter, 21-20 at halftime and 31-30 heading into the fourth period.

Storm Lake led 36-35 midway through the fourth quarter when Cham Deng made four free throws to make it a 40-35 game.

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