Barnesville's winning streak ended by CaldwellZak GressSpecial to The EnterpriseCALDWELL -- It was raining Saturday night in Caldwell.Raining "threes", that is.The duo of Eli Svercek and Jeremy Shelton combined for 11 three-point goals and 41 total points to lift Caldwell to a 71-65 victory over Barnesville on Saturday.The Redskins of first-year coach Clint Crane improved to 2-1 on the young season while the Shamrocks of Chris Pack lost for the first time in four outings.Barnesville opened strong, taking an early 14-3 advantage behind six points by Tyler Fitzpatrick and five from Zach Dornon, but Caldwell cut the lead back to four, 21-17, by quarter's end thanks to three-pointers by Dylan Sayre and Svercek.It was all Caldwell in the second round, with Shelton tallying 11 points and Sayre adding six as the hosts outscored the Shamrocks, 20-12, to take a 37-33 lead at the intermission.At halftime, the Redskins had knocked down 9-of-17 three-point goals. Barnesville regained the lead in the third quarter, outscoring the hosts 21-14 to go up by 54-51 heading to the fourth frame.With 2:20 remaining, Caldwell trailed 65-60, but a closed the game with an 11-0 run featuring two jumpers by Bryan Sawyer; a three-pointer by Shelton and four-of-four at the charity stripe by Svercek."One thing we do have are shooters," said Caldwell coach Clint Crane. "We may not have the best athletes or ball-handles, but I told the kids that if they can put the ball in the hole, that's all that matters."I asked the kids if they wanted to win or if they wanted to quit," the CHS coach continued, "and they wanted to win, so they picked it up and took care of the ball and knocked down shots."Svercek led Caldwell's offense with 24 points, with Shelton contributing 17.Dylan Sayre chipped in 11 and Bryan Sawyer had eight.The Redskins were 25-of-65 from the field, including 14-of-25 on "treys", and 11-of-14 at the charity stripe. CHS had 25 rebounds, led by Sawyer with six and Jensen Croucher with five, and the hosts had 14 turnovers. Hesson handed out nine assists and Svercek notched five steals.For Barnesville, Christian Bailey led a balanced attack with 16 points. Tyler Fitzpatrick, Bryson Stephen and Zach Dornon each scored 11 while Preston Dornon and Brennan Delaney both had eight.The Shamrocks were 23-of-50 from the field and 11-of-13 at the line with 36 rebounds and 11 miscues. Fitzpatrick collared seven boards for BHS while Bailey and Stephen each had six. Preston Dornon dished out six assists and Bailey had three steals."This is the best we've played," said Barnesville coach Chris Pack. "We did a lot of good things, but anybody that's shooting like that...they could have beaten the Globetrotters tonight."We're a team and when we distribute the ball, we can have balanced scoring and be effective," the BHS coach added.NEXT -- Both teams were on the road Tuesday -- Caldwell at Buckeye Trail and Barnesville at Beallsville. JV action tips at 6 p.m. at both sites.CALDWELL 71, BARNESVILLE 65Barnesville (3-1)Bryson Stephen 4-6 3-3 11, Zach Dornon 4-11 1-1 11, Tyler Fitzpatrick 5-121-4 11, Preston Dornon 3-14 2-2 8, Brennan Delaney 3-10 0-0 8, DylanMcMillan 0-1 0-0 0, Christian Bailey 6-11 4-4 16. Totals 25-65 11-14 65.Caldwell (2-1)Eli Svercek 7-11 4-4 24, Dylan Sayre 3-8 3-3 11, Darren Hesson 0-5 2-2 2,Jeremy Shelton 6-12 0-0 17, Cody Morris 1-5 0-0 3, Jensen Croucher 2-4 2-46, Bryan Sawyer 4-4 0-0 8. Totals 23-50 11-13 71.Barnesville 21 12 21 11 9 65Caldwell 17 20 14 20 9 71Three point goals -- BHS 4 (Delaney 2, Z. Dornon 2); CHS 14 (Svercek 6, Shelton5). Rebounds -- BHS 36 (Fitzpatrick 7, Bailey 6, Stephen 6); CHS 25 (Sawyer 6,Croucher 5). Assists -- BHS 13 (P. Dornon 6); CHS 18 (Hesson 9). Steals -- BHS 7(Bailey 3); CHS 9 (Svercek 5). Blocked Shots -- BHS 2; CHS 1. Fouls -- BHS 15; CHS16. Fouled Out -- BHS (Z. Dornon); CHS (Hesson). Turnovers -- BHS 11; CHS 14.