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Dustin Kirk of Arlington drives to the basket as Breckin Peters of North Bend defends during Tuesday night's game on the Eagles' home court. North Bend won the game 73-32.

ARLINGTON — Austin Endorf helped Class C-1’s second-ranked North Bend get off to the strong start Tuesday night against Arlington.

The Tigers hit a trio of 3-point field goals to open the game on a 9-0 run. They went on to defeat the Eagles 73-32.

Endorf scored 13 of his game-high 22 points in the opening quarter as the Tigers broke to a 25-10 advantage. The lead swelled to 45-20 at halftime.

Jaxon Wietfeld added 14 points for the Tigers. Breckin Peters and Cody Prohaska also hit double figures with 10 points apiece.

The Eagles were limited to 11-for-42 shooting from the field (26 percent) while falling to 5-8 on the season.

Aiden Foreman led the Eagles with 14 points, five rebounds and three assists. Tanner Pittman finished with five points and three assists. Sam Kubat grabbed five rebounds.

The Tigers, 11-0, will play Thursday night at Wayne. Arlington plays Saturday at Syracuse. North Bend hosts Fremont Bergan on Saturday.

Box Score

North Bend 25 20 18 10 — 73

Arlington 10 10 5 7 — 32

North Bend— Austin Endorf 22, Jaxon Wietfeld 14, Cody Prohaska 10, Breckin Peters 10, Noah Post 6, Brody Johnson 5, Cody Pospisil 4, Austin Taylor 2.

Arlington — Aiden Foreman 14, Tanner Pittman 5, Colby Grefe 3, Sam Kubat 2, Nick Smith 1, Barrett Nielsen 2, Isaac Foust 5.

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