The Class 4A No. 2 Columbus North boys basketball team opened every quarter of Tuesday’s game at Seymour on a run.
The Bull Dogs dialed up the first seven points of the first quarter, first 10 of the second, first five of the third and first 15 of the fourth in defeating the host Owls 91-32.
Columbus North’s size, athleticism, senior leadership and ability to shoot from long range and take it to the hoop were too much for Seymour to overcome.
“Columbus North is an unbelievable high school basketball team,” Owls coach Scott Miller said. “They have every weapon you could have if you were recruiting players. They’ve got outstanding perimeter shooters. They shot high 60s tonight, and that’s with the percentage that they had taking a knock late in the game when they had subbed. I would put them as either the best or second-best team that I’ve seen in 12 years.”
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