Ben Nauman, Daniel Flippone and Andrew Hare each scored in double figures to lead the Antioch (Ill.) Sequoits to a 52-45 nonconference win Saturday over the Lake Geneva Badger Badgers at Badger High.

Antioch improved to 6-8 overall. Badger (1-13) suffered its ninth straight loss.

Nauman led all players with 14 points, with eight coming in the second half. The Sequoits led 25-22 at the intermission.

Kale Rodgers made three of his four 3-pointers in the first half and finished with 13 points to lead the Badgers, who return to Southern Lakes Conference play Friday at Burlington.


Antioch (52)—Gallimore 0-4-4, Hare 1-7-10, Andrews 1-0-3, Flippone 4-4-13, Gillespie 2-2-6, Tebbe 0-2-2, Nauman 7-0-14. Totals: 16-17-52.

Badger (45)—Flower 0-8-8, Rodgers 4-1-13, Vinson 4-1-10, DuMez 3-2-9, McGreevy 2-0-4, Bishop 0-1-1. Totals: 13-13-45.

Antioch 25 27—52

Badger 22 23—45

3-point goals—Badger 6 (Rodgers 4, Vinson 1, DuMez 1), Antioch 3 (Hare, Andrews, Flippone). Free throws missed—Badger 10, Antioch 9. Total fouls—Badger 18, Antioch 14. Fouled out—Rodgers. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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