Chamois tops New Bloomfield

In boys basketball action Saturday

Justice Richards of New Bloomfield goes up for a shot as Jacob Keilholz of Chamois defends during Saturday’s game in the Missouri National Guard Shootout at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Justice Richards of New Bloomfield goes up for a shot as Jacob Keilholz of Chamois defends during Saturday’s game in the Missouri National Guard Shootout at Fleming Fieldhouse. Photo by Shaun Zimmerman.

You won’t see many better defensive efforts in boys varsity basketball than what Chamois did Saturday afternoon.

The Pirates held the New Bloomfield Wildcats to 27 points on 21-percent shooting and forced 20 turnovers in a 51-27 victory in the opening game of the Missouri National Guard Shootout at Fleming Fieldhouse.

“Defense wasn’t too shabby at times,” Chamois coach Kyle Burkett said. “We did a pretty good job on that. We didn’t give them too many easy buckets.

“We got out well on the ball screens, hedged them well, caused them ....

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