Mississinawa Valley boys basketball out paced by Brookville

Mississinawa Valley boys basketball out paced by Brookville

By Drew Terhall

DailyAdvocate.com

ARCANUM — The Mississinawa Valley boys basketball workforce was blitzed from the beginning. They misplaced 79-18 to Brookville within the comfort recreation within the Jet Vacation Event on Dec. 28 at Franklin Monroe.

Head coach Cole Hamilton stated in a recreation like this, he desires the workforce to maintain working and sustain the trouble all through. They did simply that on this recreation.

“We sort of struggled towards Franklin Monroe, effort clever, a bit of bit final evening. Tonight, I assumed the trouble was there. We dove after some unfastened balls, acquired after it a bit of bit. A few of our photographs didn’t fall, a few of our straightforward photographs didn’t fall,” Hamilton stated.

The pace from the Blue Devils doomed the Blackhawks. At any time when Mississinawa Valley had a missed shot or a turnover, Brookville was capable of dash down the courtroom and rating in transition.

Together with hitting a couple of outdoors photographs, Brookville was up 39-10 at halftime. The Blue Devils simply sped up the sport and left the Blackhawks within the mud.

The press from Brookville gave Mississinawa Valley issues. Hamilton stated the stress led to Brookville getting straightforward buckets in transition.

“They put fairly good ball stress on us. Couldn’t actually deal with it. We labored on it, I confirmed the blokes a pair issues. We watched Brookville play final evening towards Maumee,” Hamilton stated. “Simply acquired to deal with the ball in robust conditions. Maintain the rock and see if we will rating on the offensive finish.”

At instances, Mississinawa Valley was capable of stand up courtroom and transfer the ball round for shot. They couldn’t capitalize on these probabilities to chop into the deficit.

Brookville got here out at halftime and scored 24 factors within the third quarter. Twelve gamers for Brookville scored with 4 getting double-digit factors.

Hamilton switched the lineups round to attempt to discover a mixture that labored. Regardless of who was on the ground, the Blackhawks continued to offer it their all.

Senior Aron Hunt led the Blackhawks with 9 factors. He was named to the all-tournament workforce. Sophomore Wyatt Stump had three factors whereas freshman Jaxin Beanblossom, senior Bryson Gower and freshman Cing Scott every had two factors.

Senior Jace Wooden led Brookville with 16 factors and was named to the all-tournament workforce.

Mississinawa Valley is now 1-8 on the season with a 0-4 convention document. They are going to be at Ansonia subsequent on Jan. 2 for his or her subsequent recreation.

Contact Day by day Advocate sports activities editor Drew Terhall at [email protected]


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