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Too Much Kendall Stephens: St. Charles East Beats Geneva 61-47 on Hall of Fame Night

On Hall of Fame induction night, Geneva falls to neighbor St. Charles East.

OK, take away Kendall Stephens and the Vikings win this game by 11 points.

Maybe not that much, but the Purdue-bound junior forward for St. Charles East made himself look like a future Hall-of-Famer on Geneva's Hall of Fame night. The Saints beat the Vikings 61-47.

Geneva actually led 15-14 at the end of the first quarter, but St. Charles East pulled away to lead 34-21, lead by Stephens' 11 points. Geneva guard Phil Lorenz kept the Vikings in the game with 9 first-half points.

In the third, St. Charles East extended their halftime lead, although Geneva's Connor Chapman kept the Vikings in the game with 7 points.

Geneva cut it 53-43 at the 3:51 mark in the fourth, but Stephens closed it out with two baskets and two free throws to slam the door.

 

Geneva Scoring

NO. PLAYER 3PT 2PT FT

5 Brendan Leahy—0 3pt, 4 FG, 3-of-4 FT

10 Ben Rogers—1 3pt, 1 FG, 0 FT

11 Mark Becker—1 3pt, 0 FG, 2-2 FT

15 Phil Lorenz—1 3pt, 3 FG, 4-of-6 FT

22 Ryan Willing—0 3pt, 0 FG, 1-of-2 FT

32 John Swiderski—0 3pt, 2 FG, 0 FT0

40 Drew White—0 3pt, 0 FG, 2-of-2 FT

44 Connor Chapman—0 3pt, 2 FG, 3-of-2 FT

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