St. Mary focused its offense from behind the arc and came away with eight 3-pointers in a 63-55 win over Christian Fellowship in Thursday night high school basketball action.

Colin Doss led the Viking assault with 28 points, as he and Jack Bell (11 points) each sank three baskets from downtown. Keaton Elliott made the other two 3-pointers for St. Mary, as he finished with 13 points.

The Vikings started each half with a strong defensive effort, limiting the Eagles to nine points in the first quarter and five in the third. CFS had its most solid run in the fourth quarter with 14-for-16 foul shooting providing most of its 25 points in that time. Luke Grigg was the top Eagle with 12 points with Andrew Cary draining three from long distance.

• The evening started with a girls game between these same schools. Gracie Howard led the way with 23 points as Christian Fellowship downed St. Mary 58-41. Lillian Burnett also starred for the Lady Eagles (6-7) with 14 points, while Chiara Doran topped the Lady Vikings (0-11) with 21 points.

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CFS 9 16 5 25 -- 55

St. Mary 17 12 15 19 -- 63

CFS -- Grigg 12, Bivin 10, Allen 11, Dunning 9, Cary 9, Phillips 4.

Field goals: 16. 3-pointers: 3 (Cary 3). Free throws: 20/24. Fouls: 19. Record: 7-6. 14/16 4q

ST. MARY -- Doss 28, Elliott 13, Bell 11, Eggemeyer 8, Johnston 2, Haas 1.

Field goals: 17. 3-pointers: 8 (Doss 3, Bell 3, Elliott 2). Free throws: 21/33. Fouls: 19. Record: 10-5.

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