<p>Time out with Coach Cory Andersen, right, in the second quarter of the St. Ignatius/Mission Bulldogs game Saturday. Players Cody Orr, left, Creede Garcia and Gabe Hickman listened intently to their coach, achieving another win 69-61.</p>
<p>Sophomore guard Gabe Hickman speeds past Alex Shmelev on a fast break in first quarter action vs Eureka.</p>
<p>Ryan Rayson stretches for an offensive rebound in first quarter action vs. Eureka.</p>
| January 26, 2012 10:15 AM
The Troy Trojans gain two more wins at home this season — beating the Eureka Lions 70-60 on Friday and outscoring the Bulldogs by a narrow 69-61.
With a couple losses for the Trojans, the Lions kept the them on their toes.
Each game is a testament to the Trojans ability to pull off the win despite the challenge.
Coach Cory Andersen stresses the importance of rebounds and reducing the turnovers, his players are listening.
Trojans travel to Plains Jan. 20 to break the Horsemen and secure another win.