Braves tie school record for 3-pointers in scorefest


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The Brownstown Central boys basketball team dominated Southwestern from the start Saturday and rolled to a 104-39 nonconference win on the road.

The Braves tied a school record along the way with 17 3-point baskets. The 2004-05 team hit that mark against Crothersville.

Brownstown shot 8 for 15 from 3-point land in the first half and 9 for 16 in the second half.

Chaz Schneider and Hayden Stuckwisch led the long-range shooting with five 3s apiece, while Brett McCory made four and Austin Snodgrass, Skylar Thompson and Zach McCory each had one.

Schnedier made his third 3-pointer at 6:48 of the opening period to make the score 9-1, and the Braves’ lead reached 20-1 before the Rebels made their first field goal.

Thompson got hot inside with five baskets to help the Braves open up a 36-7 lead at the end of the opening quarter. The Braves went on an 11-0 run in the second period and held a 54-14 lead at the half.

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