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Clyde-Savannah Stay Perfect After Close Call at ER

Golden Eagles overcome 4th quarter deficit to go to 12-0
Clyde-Savannah saw their unbeaten start to the season go through their hardest test on Friday, but the Golden Eagles were still able to come out on top, winning at East Rochester 54-51.

The Golden Eagles found themselves down by 4 points going into the fourth quarter, before getting a huge boost from Cam DiSanto. The senior guard finished the night with 21 points, but scored 11 in the fourth to guide C-S to the win.

The Golden Eagles are now 12-0 to start the year. DiSanto wasn't the only one in double figures. Joe Faniel had 15 points and Joemaine Bogan chipped in 14 for Clyde-Savannah.

East Rochester is hoping to win their second Class C sectional title in three years and showed great fight against the Golden Eagles. Their 8-game winning streak ended at the hands of C-S and the loss drops them to 8-3 this season. Justin Reho and Tre Miller each scored 14 points to lead the Bombers. Max Argento also scored 10 for ER.
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