Indians go cold from field, fall to Seton in 2A state semifinal
Winnebago suffers first loss
PEORIA – Seton Academy beat Winnebago at its own game Friday evening, hitting from distance while bottling up the Indians’ shooters to run away with a 62-37 victory in the Class 2A state tournament semifinals at Carver Arena.
The Sting (21-10) hit five of their nine 3-point attempts, and shot 45 percent from the field (23-for-51), all while limiting Winnebago (32-1) to 22 percent (15-for-68) from the floor and a dismal 12 percent (4-for-34) from beyond the arc.
The Indians had made 219 3s on the season coming into the game, but never found a rhythm. They hit just one of their 15 shots from long range in the first half, and Seton took advantage.
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