PERU Twin Lakes successfully defended its Class 3A sectional title at Peru High School Saturday night thanks to the sizzling shooting of Dane Holmes and stingy defense that limited Benton Central's offense for a 65 41 victory.Holmes, the Indians' 6 foot 5 forward, made sure his team would punch its ticket for the second straight year, leading all scorers with 29 points, "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" including connecting on six of his 10 shots from the 3 point arch.It marked the second time Holmes' 3 point shooting made the difference for the Indians (18 8). It was the forward's back to back 3 pointers in the fourth quarter against Northwestern on Friday in the sectional semifinals that turned the tide in that game and allowed Twin Lakes play for the title again on Saturday."I guess I just kept on going from Friday," Holmes said after the game. "My shots kept going in so I was going to keep shooting them. I thought I was going to be pressured a lot "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" more than what I was, but when they left me open, I was shooting it."Twin Lakes will play next Saturday in the second game of the Class 3A regional semifinals early Saturday afternoon. The Indians lost to South Bend St. Joseph in the regional semifinals last year. If the Indians win, "Oxandrolone Powder India" they will play for the regional title Saturday night.It was a disappointing loss for Benton Central (11 15), which had the played the role of Cinderella up to this point in the sectional. The winner of "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" five straight games after losing to Twin Lakes 21/2 weeks ago, the Bison were able to match the Indians shot for shot in the first quarter as both teams battled to a 10 10 Masteron Female Dosage tie.But Austin Dixon, who rallied the Benton Central with 26 points, and Henry Fisher picked up two Oral Steroids Risks fouls each in the first quarter. Dixon played sparingly in the second quarter and Fisher didn't play. With Fisher's muscle absent in the middle for BC, Twin Lakes were able to build a nine point lead 27 16 by halftime."The fouls were huge," Benton Central coach Kyle Marlatt said. "Henry's our floor leader and he didn't want to come out but I had to take him out and it changed the momentum of the game. The other guys fought back as much as we could."Holmes continued his assault in the third quarter with two more 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone 3 point shots, including a bomb with 30 seconds left in the period to give Twin Lakes a 46 28 lead, making it difficult for the Bison to mount any kind of comeback.Twin Lakes coach Kent Adams said despite his team's youthfulness the Indians did not start a single senior on Saturday the squad learned a lot from the last season's run and believed it showed in the third quarter by refusing to let up on the Bison."At the start of the season, I knew our kids had the ability to do this," Adams said. "We lacked experience, but we've got some kids who understood we had great senior leadership last year and Masteron Que Es we have great leadership this year. When times get bad, they stick together."Marlatt said Benton Central's run in sectional, though, was a big stepping stone for his program and the school."The two wins were huge for our players, program and community," Marlatt said. "It gives us a little more credibility and shows that we can make it and compete at this level."TL BC sectional basketball. Blake Bennington gets a piece of this Jacob Turner shot. By Jerry Schultheiss for Journal Courier.