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Falcons' defense derails Pittsville

Jensen scores a game-high 20 as Amherst bottles up the dangerous Panthers' offense

1:05 AM, Dec. 28, 2012
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The Amherst boys basketball team made six shots from long-range in the opening half as it rolled past Pittsville 50-30 Thursday afternoon in the the 41st annual Sentry Classic at Bennett Court in the Quandt Field House.

Making the difference early on for the Falcons were seniors Marcus Jensen and Ryan Makuski, who were the marksmen from outside. Jensen hit five 3-pointers, while Makuski added another in the half.

"We made some good runs, and Marcus knocked down some good shots," Amherst coach Gregg Jensen said. "He was feeling it, and we gave him the ball and he knocked it down." ...

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