Just one day after a big come-from-behind victory over Grantsburg, Amery's boys' basketball team had the table turned on it as Barron overcame a 5-point halftime deficit to defeat the Warriors, 53-52.
While Amery (1-1) forced Barron into 22 turnovers and shot better from close range than the Golden Bears, Barron (1-1) made up the difference by sinking eight of 25 three-point attempts and winning the rebounding battle, 34-29.
Barron's Warren Williams led all scorers with 19 points, including three 3-pointers, while his teammate Aden Jerome tallied 11 points.
Amery was led by Galen Coy's 18 points, five steals and three assists. He tallied seven rebounds as well.
Noah Rademaker also had a solid game for the Warriors with a team high eight rebounds to go with his 10 points.
Also scoring for Amery were Tyler Peterson (seven points), Mason Bosley (six points), Wyatt Luchtenburg (five points), Jeremiah Sillman (four points) and Cameron Anderson (two points). Sillman contributed five rebounds, and Bosley, two steals.