The Three Rivers boys basketball team was able to right the ship following a slow start on Thursday night, defeating Comstock 64-51 in a Wolverine Conference cross-divisional matchup.
The Wildcats fell into a 15-7 hole after the first quarter, but evened the score a 26-all going into the halftime break. Three Rivers still trailed by a couple of points heading into the final quarter of play, where they finally broke through and outscored the Colts (2-17) by 15 points.
Adam Reed and Trenton Karle led scoring in the well-rounded offensive performance. Both players recorded 16 points, Reed knocking down the only two 3-pointers Three Rivers (3-17) had on the night.
Johnel Stewart provided some nice offensive support for the Wildcats with 13 points while Alex Cottingham had 10.
Zak Zagon finished his night with three points while Elijah Hamilton, Cam Cottingham and Connor Smith all added two points each.
The Wildcats displayed fast hands on defense, leading to 17 steals for the contest. They shot 43 percent from the field, but were merely average from the free throw line, where they dropped in 16 of their 28 tries.