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IMS comes from behind for Gingerich 500th win

Posted: Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 at 8:11 am
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The fifth ranked IMS boys basketball team came from behind in the fourth and got the win at Mediapolis giving their coach a milestone victory. IMS won 61-51, but IMS Head Coach Dwight Gingerich says they were down early in the fourth but as part of a rally got a big three from Jacob Yoder who gave his team the lead with his only field goal of the night. IMS get the win 61-51. For IMS Jackson Brokaw had 17 points, Truman Shetler had 13 and six rebounds, and Chance Miller had 13 points. The win was Head Coach Dwight Gingerich’s 500th which he says shows he’s been around a long time, and credits to his staff, wife, and players who have bought into to doing what you need to do to be successful. IMS is now 13-1 on the season and 12-0 in conference.

In the girls game Mepo won 73-25