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Bulldogs Take Second In Chester Invitational

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The WHS basketball team taking home the second place trophy from the Chester Invitational are, left to right, first row, Ty Lenhardt, Dustin Crawford, Austin Balabas and Garrick Schmidt; second row, Aaron Eckart, Jake Wade, Eric brown and Ian Schrader; and third row, Assistant Coach Matt Mason, Assistant Coach Chad Buss, Assistant Coach Jake Schneider, Isiah Campbell, Logan Calvert, Logan Whitlock, Clayton McAlister, Nixon Hergenroeder, Assistant Coach Matt Lucash and Head Coach Dane Walter.
The WHS basketball team taking home the second place trophy from the Chester Invitational are, left to right, first row, Ty Lenhardt, Dustin Crawford, Austin Balabas and Garrick Schmidt; second row, Aaron Eckart, Jake Wade, Eric brown and Ian Schrader; and third row, Assistant Coach Matt Mason, Assistant Coach Chad Buss, Assistant Coach Jake Schneider, Isiah Campbell, Logan Calvert, Logan Whitlock, Clayton McAlister, Nixon Hergenroeder, Assistant Coach Matt Lucash and Head Coach Dane Walter.

Waterloo’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker Saturday night in the championship game of the Chester Invitational Tournament. WHS and host team Chester battled back and forth through four quarters; the game remained knotted forcing overtime. The Yellow Jackets pulled ahead by three as time ran down in OT, but the Bulldogs had enough time to …

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