By John McCallum

Blackhawks stay in race for playoff high seed with road split

Cheney goes cold in third quarter in loss at Clarkston while Wyborney tosses in 23 in win at Deer Park


The Cheney boys’ basketball team thought they did everything needed to pull off a rare road win in Clarkston last Friday, but cold shooting and a career night for a Bantams role player proved the Blackhawks undoing. Cheney held Clarkston scoring leaders Kage Sobotta and Trevor Sperry to a combined 24 points, but the Bantams clamped a lid on Cheney’s basket in the third quarter while sophomore C.J. Johnson poured in a game and season-high 20 points to hand Cheney a 55-42 loss.

“He (Johnson) hurt us,” Blackhawks head coach Joel Soter said.

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