Bulldogs walleop Wildcats 67-33, grab fifth place

— South Callaway head coach Tony Brandt sees potential in his Bulldogs. It’s not on display every game, but there are glimpses nonetheless.

For example, it didn’t show up in a 51-41 loss to fifth-seeded North Callaway in the first round of the South Callaway Tournament last Monday night. It did, however, shine through in a 73-35 win over No. 8 seed Russellville in the consolation semifinals last Wednesday night.

As for Friday night’s fifth-place game against New Bloomfield?

“Tonight was an example — a kind of indication — of what we could do,” Brandt said.

South Callaway harassed New Bloomfield with its defense, ran an efficient, patient offense and was never in much danger as the No. 4 seed Bulldogs coasted to a 67-33 win over the No. 7 Wildcats.

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