On Jan. 21, the Lewis Cass Kings ended its three-game losing streak with a 58-46 victory over the Delphi Oracles. Coming back from a tough loss against the Northwestern Tigers, the Kings proved their abilities throughout the whole game.

“It was a must-win for us with a three-game slide,”  said head coach Jon Kitchel. “We didn’t like the effort in the first half with three of our starters in foul trouble with two fouls apiece. We took them out of their rhythm in the second half and Ohman was shooting lights out.”

During the game, Evan Ohman, a senior, scored 27 points for the Kings.  Junior Kace Kitchel and seniors Alec Eurit and Cohen Nies scored six points each. The team shot 46 percent from the field and 42 pecent from behind the 3-point line. 

During the game, Ohman joined the 1,000 Point Club. Being a four year varsity player, Ohman stands as a strong leader for the boys basketball program. He plans on going to IU South Bend to continue his basketball career.

The Kings host Maconaquah on Jan. 27 and on Jan. 28 the team travels to Kokomo. 

The wrestling team goes to the Twin Lakes Sectional this weekend. Cole Carden, a senior, is seeded first in his weight class. Tristan Keller, a senior, and Cade Cox, a sophomore, are both seeded second. Freshman Cael Bernhardt, sophomores Jordan Raderstorf and Dalton Bandelier, and senior Drake Hall are seeded third. Freshman Samuel Miller, juniors Noah Miller and Aaron Willison, and seniors Hunter Carden, Connor Jones, and Chris Klein are seeded fourth. Finally, sophomore Blake Jones is seeded sixth.