Kindel unstoppable in PAC grudge game


Wellington’s Grant Kidd runs the offense under pressure from Oberlin’s Niyjil Brewer.


Oberlin’s Devan Randleman shoots for three points.


Wellington’s Ryan Whitaker tries to get past Oberlin’s Aaron Arnold.


Photos by Russ Gifford | Civitas Media

Josh Kindel was on fire last week as Wellington rebounded from a troubled 2015 performance against Oberlin, this time taking down the Phoenix in a 10-point thriller. The Dukes boys won 73-63 in the Patriot Athletic Conference showdown between old rivals, with a 17-point night for Trey Bealer. Also breaking into double digits were Coton Schmidt with 15 and Max Joppeck with 11. For Oberlin, Donald Johnson had a strong showing with 17 points and Devan Yarber worked the paint for 13.

Wellington’s Grant Kidd runs the offense under pressure from Oberlin’s Niyjil Brewer.
http://theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Wellingon_BoysBBall_Vs_Oberlin-5-of-14-.jpgWellington’s Grant Kidd runs the offense under pressure from Oberlin’s Niyjil Brewer.

Oberlin’s Devan Randleman shoots for three points.
http://theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Wellingon_BoysBBall_Vs_Oberlin-6-of-14-.jpgOberlin’s Devan Randleman shoots for three points.

Wellington’s Ryan Whitaker tries to get past Oberlin’s Aaron Arnold.
http://theoberlinnewstribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Wellingon_BoysBBall_Vs_Oberlin-9-of-14-.jpgWellington’s Ryan Whitaker tries to get past Oberlin’s Aaron Arnold.
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