Bill Iezzi: Shawnee's Sights Set

After the Shawnee boys' basketball team succumbed to Timber Creek, 56-48, Thursday night in an Olympic Patriot game, Dillon Fields immediately looked towards a rematch.

Fields, a Shawnee senior guard, and the rest of the Renegades will have to wait until Feb. 28, when they host the Chargers.

"We've got to get them back, second game," said Fields, who scored a game-high 22 points. "We have to do a better job of screening and reading screens better the second time we play them."

Timber Creek handed Shawnee it's first loss in the division.

- Bill Iezzi

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