BELLEVUE - As the calendar turned over into a new year, the Clyde boys' basketball team appears to have turned over a new leaf.
Playing its second game in three days, the Fliers' offense found an altitude they'd love to maintain as the season flies on as Clyde posted an 83-56 win over Bellevue Saturday.
Seth Hohman kept the score keeper's fingers busy as he exploded for 35 points to move Clyde to 5-4 (2-3 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division).
Hohman tallied nine first quarter points and Derick Harrah knocked down five points as Clyde took a 19-14 lead after one quarter.
For Bellevue, Trey Ruhlman and Kayden Vogel each had a 3-pointer in the opening quarter and both scored five points in the period.
The Redmen (6-3, 3-2 SBC Lake) struggled to guard Hohman again in the second as he added ten more points in the half as Clyde extended its lead to 43-28 entering the half.
Harrah registered 13 of his 22 points in the second half for the Fliers as Clyde continued to pull away moving in the direction of its second straight win.
Clyde will now take on Tiffin Columbian next Friday at home while Bellevue will host Norwalk on Friday before a road game at Ontario on Saturday.