Goshen is throwing a surprise party for itself as Warriors lead SBC-A; Milford wins keep coming

Goshen held onto its lead in the American Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC-A) after beating Batavia 68-52 in a non-division confrontation that took place on the winners’ court. The victors’ Josh Greer and the vanquisheds’ Jake Florez scorched the nets by making seven and five three-pointers, respectively. A total of 18 were made during the game. The Warriors held sway all the way 21-11, 38-17, and 48-35. Goshen scoring leaders: Greer 34 and Chris Petry 10. Batavia scoring leaders: Florez 21 and Eric Simmons 10.

Goshen is 9-3 overall and 7-1 and in first place in the SBC-A (big school division).

During a preseason interview, Warrior taskmaster Scott Wake was not real confident as to how his charges would perform during the 2006-07 season considering all the talent that had graduated from the previous season.

Wake believes his team has achieved its success this campaign because “the team chemistry has been real good, better than I thought it would be after seeing them during the summer.”