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Castleman scores 42 but Joppa falls short

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JOPPA, Ill. - Tyler Castleman scored 42 points, including 24 in the fourth quarter, but Joppa's rally fell short as Agape Christian claimed the 89-80 victory in boys high school basketball action from late Saturday night.

Leading by three at the half, the Eagles scored just six points in the third period as the Knights put 17 on the board for a 57-49 lead entering the fourth. Michael Sparks scored 17 points and Chris Brown 16 for Joppa.

Landon Sanders led Agape with 26 points, while Adam Casterano added 22.

Agape 21 40 57 89

Joppa 20 43 49 80

AGAPE - Keller 8, Mayberry 8, Casterano 22, Jordan 7, Sanders 26, Oakley 10, Moore 7, McCormick 1.

Field goals 33. 3-pointers 4 (Sanders 3, Jordan). Free throws 19/28.

JOPPA - Lewis 4, Brown 16, Sparks 17, Castleman 42, Naeger 1, Harvill, Johnson.

Field goals 24. 3-pointers 5 (Castleman 4, Sparks). Free throws 27/38. Record 5-14.

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