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January 19, 2013

Hulbert splits against Vian

VIAN — Mason Fielden scored five of his team-high 19 points inside the final minute of the game to send Hulbert to a 50-46 win over Vian on Friday night.

The Riders outscored Vian 19-13 in the final quarter to rally from behind and win.

Also for Hulbert, Craig Potts had nine points, and Parker Taylor added eight points.

For Vian, Shawn Troutman led the way with nine points.

In the girls game, Hulbert struggled to find any offense after the first quarter en route to a 48-25 loss.

Rachel Hamby led the Lady Riders with seven points.

In the first quarter, Hulbert tallied 12 points but only scored 13 the rest of the way.

Both Hulbert clubs will be back in action Thursday at the Dale Calvert Invitational in Kiefer.

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