By JASON EPP
Some nights you just can't miss. For Forgan's Rhett Radcliff that night was Tuesday. Rhett Radcliff went 10 for 11 from the field including 7-8 from three-point range. Six of those threes came in the first quarter where he totaled 24 points. He also threw in a two-for-two night from the free throw line to finish the night with 29 points, all before half, in Forgan's 75-47 win over Shattuck.
Forgan piled on the Indians, a team they beat by 50 points last week, early leading 35-12 at the end of the first quarter.
As a team, the Bulldogs were 13-of-27 from three-point range in the game. Forgan barely shot better from two-point range making 15 of 31 shots, and shot worse from the free throw line (6 of 14).
Meanwhile the Bulldogs defense held Shattuck to just 28 percent shooting, but making 17 of 29 free throws helped keep the game a little closer.
Jake Regier and Matt Morris added three more treys in the second quarter where Forgan extended their lead to 29 at the half.
Bulldog starters sat out the entire second half, as Forgan reserves finished out the game against a mix of Indians starters and reserves.
Jake Regier was 3 of 6 from three point range for all nine of his points, Dalton Lemieux also added nine in the second half as ten different Bulldogs made it onto the scoresheet.
The No.2 Bulldogs are now a perfect 20-0 this season, and will travel to Arnett Friday.
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