Better ball-handling could help Cannelton

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By Larry Goffinet

CANNELTON - Improved ball-handling and shooting could help Cannelton' s boys basketball team improve on last year' s 1-20 record.

The Bulldogs often committed at least 20 turnovers in a game last year.

When Chase Gerber became eligible to play for them in the second half of last season, Coach Brian Garrett often used him at point guard even though he was the team' s tallest player at 6-foot-3. He led the team in assists with 2.0 per game.

Now Tyler Greathouse, a 5-foot-10 sophomore who moved in from Michigan, looks ready to take over the point.

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