- Published on Wednesday, 20 February 2013 23:39
- Written by Super User
Boys will be participating in the Mid-Eastern Conference Tournament
• 2/12 – Ashley 46 Hoggard 42 – The Eagles got Hoggard off guard early and were able to take a 9-5 lead through the 1st quarter. The Eagles continued to soar in the 2nd quarter outscoring the Vikings again 13-10 to take a 22-15 halftime lead, thanks to Ridell Camidge and TJ Williams who combined for 16-points in the half. TJ Williams continue to lead the Eagles in the 3rd Quarter outscoring the Vikings again 13-12, giving them a 8-point lead going into the final quarter 35-27. That’s when things started to go bad for the Eagles as they let the Vikings get to within 4-points after 1:15 to start the 4th quarter. The Eagles were still able to hold a 2-point lead with about 3:30 left in the game despite a scoring drought. The game remained close with Ashley holding on to a 1-point lead with just over a minute left 42-41. Then Hoggard took the lead and held it winning by a final score of 46-42 after outscoring Ashley 19-7 in the final quarter.
• 2/19 – Ashley 71 New Laney 54 – The Screaming Eagles jumped out to a big lead early in this game outscoring Laney 16-9 by the end of the 1st quarter. The Eagles continued to pull away in the 2nd quarter as their offense continued pouring in the points outscoring Laney 18-12 to take a comfortable 34-21 halftime lead. After halftime the deficit remained the same for the Bucs as both teams picked up 15 in the 3rd quarter bringing the score to 49-36. In the final quarter both teams offenses poured in the points, but the Eagles outscored Laney again 22-18 to take the win 71-54. The Eagles closed out their Regular Season with a 6-4 Record and 15-7 Overall, finished 3rd in the Regular Season of the Mid-Eastern Conference. The Mid-Eastern Conference Tournament will be held this week with 1st game being held Tuesday for the Boys and the Championship Game to b held Friday at 7:30 at the highest seeded teams court. HIGHLIGHTS: Ridell Camidge 5for 6 from the field and 1 for 3 from the 3-point line for 19-points; Tyree Garthright was 2 for 3 from the field and 1 for 3 from the 3-point line, had a steal and a rebound; Clayton McGee was 2 for 3 from the field, 3 rebounds, 2 assist, 3 steals; T.J. Williams was 4 for 9, had 13 rebounds, a steal and a pair of blocks; Trey Eller was 2 for 6 with 6 rebounds, 2 assist and 2 steals; PJ Brown was 3 for 4 with 3 rebounds and 2 assist; Frank Keller was 1 for 1 with a rebound; Alec Prindable was 1 for 4 with 4 rebounds and a assist; and Tyler Caproni had a rebound.