By JASON EPP
Leader & Times
Another night, another victim. The top-ranked Forgan Bulldogs continued on their path of destruction Tuesday in Forg a n, laying waste to the Buffalo Bison, 78-15.
Forgan forced Buffalo into 33 turnovers, and 6 of 33 shooting, and never allowed the Bison to score more than five points in a quarter.
"I thought we managed the game pretty well," Bulldogs coach Todd Kerr said. "We worked on some different kinds of pre
ssures tonight. We worked on our zone in the second half."
In the first quarter, Forgan built a 28-4 lead, and pushed it to 46 by the end of the second quarter, as Forgan led 52-6 at the half. The Bulldogs slowed their offensive output significantly in the second half, but still outscored their opponent 26-9.
Forgan was 20 of 39 from 2-point range, 10 of 30 from three-point range, and made 8 of 13 free throws. The Bulldogs also took care of the ball with only nine turnovers. Eleven of the twelve players in uniform for Forgan scored in the runaway.
Forgan is now 15-1, and will travel to Beaver this Friday for the 'Six Mile War'