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Sports - March 19, 2010

Sports Shorts

MARCH MADNESS . . . Menlo School grad Blake Schultz is headed to the Final Four. The senior co-captain scored 29 points to help Williams College down Brandeis, 71-57, on its home court at Chandler Gym in Williamstown, MA in the NCAA Division III sectional final last Saturday. Schultz, the NESCAC Player of the Year, and Josten's Trophy winner, also grabbed seven rebounds as the Ephs (29-1) added to their ongoing school record in-season win streak of 20 games. "We were able to pull away because of our defensive intensity and because we paid attention to the scouting report," said Schultz. "We struggled with that sometimes this season, and I think we really stepped up at the end of the floor. It's a testament to how hard and gritty we can play."

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