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Point guard Roman Sutton came off the bench to spark the Fountain City Christian Flames in a big "Senior Night" win enroute to a 55 -48 come-from-behind win over the visiting Freedom Christian School Flames from Pittsford, Michigan. Sutton scored 20 of his 24 points in the 4th quarter as the Flames erupted for 26 in the final stanza after trailing 38-29 after three periods. Senior center Ethan Blank chipped-in 8 points and grabbed 14 rebounds with 2 blocks and senior guard Noah John had six points including 2 for 2 at the foul line. The win snapped and 8-game losing streak for Fountain City whose record now stands at 7-15. The Flames travel back up to Pittsford, MI Thursday to play the Tri-County Patriots, and finish the regular season next Tuesday at Horizon Science Academy in Toledo. The high school Flames finish the season at Harlan in the Harlan Hawks Varsity Tournament on February 24.
Roman Sutton scored 28 points and had 20 rebounds and 7 steals to lead the FCCS Flames over the Angola Warriors 68-60 in the Harlan Hawks Varsity Tournament in Harlan, IN. Teammate Devin Eppelmann had 14 points and 10 rebounds and senior Ethan Blank, playing in his last game had 6 points and 11 boards. The Flames were 1-1 in the tournament to take the Runner-Up trophy, while the host Harlan Hawks won the championship trophy with a 2-0 record in the tournament. During the skills competition held between game 2 and 3, Flame senior guard Noah Johnson won both the 3-point shoot-out and free throw competition. In fact, the Flames claimed all the skill trophies with Drew Franklin earning the runner-up in the free throws and Devin Eppelmann claiming runner-up in the 3-point shoot-out. Those same athletes also claimed spots on the All-Tournament Team. The Flames end the 2017-2018 season at 8-17, but were able to claim a tournament championship and two runner-up trophies on the season.