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Boys Hoops: Avon Lake tops Berea-Midpark with 3rd quarter surge

by Don DiFrancesco
@MayorNEOPrep

AVON LAKE, OHIO– Avon Lake continued their late-season surge, defeating Berea-Midpark 58-48 in a Southwestern Conference game on Tuesday evening. The Shoremen (12-8, 10-6 SWC) have won four of their last five games. Berea-Midpark (7-12, 5-11 SWC) has dropped four straight.

Other than the third quarter, the game was evenly played. Avon Lake, behind two late 3-point shots by sophomore guard Tanner Russell, stretched a narrow two-point halftime edge to an 11-point lead after three quarters. The Shoremen converted 10-of-13 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.

Avon Lake was celebrating senior night, and senior guard Jordan Ball made his final regular season home game a memorable one. He topped all scorers with 17 points. Two sophomores, Nick Marsh and Nate Sidloski, also got in on the fun, scoring 12 points each for the Shoremen.

Berea-Midpark, playing almost exclusively with underclassmen in the latter part of the season, got nine points each from junior Trevor Bycznski and sophomore Jordan Cupach.

1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q FINAL
BEREA-MIDPARK 11 12 6 19 48
AVON LAKE 13 12 15 18 58

 

Berea-Midpark

Bycznski                 2-4-9

Cupach                   3-0-9

Siggers                    3-1-8

Holland                  2-3-7

Finkovich               2-0-6

Vega                        2-0-4

Levesque                 1-1-3

Mills                         0-2-2

Avon Lake

Ball                          6-3-17

Marsh                     5-2-12

Sidloski                  4-4-12

Russell                   3-0-8

Schraff                   1-1-3

Bologna                 0-2-2

Butrey                    0-2-2

Vittardi                   1-0-2

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