Saturday, February 06, 2021
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The Windfall School males’s basketball group was defeated by the St. John’s Pink Storm, 92-81, Saturday, at Alumni Corridor. The Friars fall to 9-10 general and 5-8 in BIG EAST play.
It was the Friars third straight loss and with simply 5 video games left within the common season there is no such thing as a margin for error.
The brilliant spots have been Nate Watson registered a career-high 30 factors within the recreation. And, Noah Horchler scored a season-high 19 factors. Each gamers corralled eight rebounds within the recreation.
The powerful half was David Duke scored simply 9 level on 3-8 capturing. This season, the Friars want Duke to attain 20 or extra to win.
Horchler and A.J. Reeves scored the opening baskets for the Friars. On the 17:02 mark, Horchler knocked down his first three-pointer. Each groups performed effectively offensively to begin the sport.
The Pink Storm’s Julian Champagnie had 12 factors earlier than the primary media timeout. Following the pause within the motion, St. John’s added two three-pointers and compelled Windfall to make use of their first timeout. The Pink Storm held a nine-point benefit, 23-14.
St. John’s continued their scorching streak from the sphere as the primary half progressed. By the ten:57 mark, the Pink Storm led 31-14 and have been within the midst of a 19-0 scoring run. The group had made seven of their final eight three-point makes an attempt.
With 9:02 left within the first half, Watson accomplished a three-point play. The basket broke a Friar scoring drought that had lasted over six minutes. The Pink Storm maintained management, 36-21, via the 7:41 media timeout.
On the 4:00 mark, a layup by Watson capped off an 11-2 scoring run for the Friars to slender the hole to 43-36. The Friars had made 9 of their final 10 makes an attempt from the sphere. The groups traded a number of baskets within the ultimate stretch of the primary half. With 0:55 remaining, Horchler made his fourth three-pointer.
The Pink Storm led at halftime, 49-41. Windfall shot 16-35 (45.7%) from the sphere, 5-15 (33.3%) from three, and 4-5 (80.0%) from the free throw line. St. John’s shot 19-30 (63.3%) from the sphere, 9-15 (60.0%) from three, and 2-2 (100%) from the free throw line.
To begin the second half, freshman Alyn Breed knocked down a three-pointer. Shortly after, Breed, Duke, and Reeves every scored. The Friars took the lead, 50-49.
Windfall had overcome a 17-point St. John’s lead, which the Pink Storm held on the 9:02 mark within the first half. Watson scored within the paint on three consecutive possessions main as much as the 15:35 media timeout. The Friars led 56-53.
In response, St. John’s took a 16-3 scoring run into the 8:53 timeout. On the 7:44 mark, Watson broke a Friar scoring drought with a second-chance layup. Nonetheless, the Pink Storm continued their run and preserved their lead.
With 5:41 to play, Reeves buried a three-pointer. The Pink Storm led 79-69. With simply over three minutes left, Reeves added one other basket from three-point territory. On the 1:09 mark, the Friars reduce the deficit to eight following a free throw by Duke and second-chance dunk by Watson. The Pink Storm closed out the sport from the road.
Windfall completed 29-62 (46.8%) from the sphere, 8-26 (30.8%) from three, and 15-22 (68.2%) from the free throw line. St. John’s completed 34-58 (58.6%) from the sphere, 10-19 (52.6%) from three, and 14-16 (87.5%) from the free throw line. Julian Champagnie and Posh Alexander led the best way in scoring for the Pink Storm with 24 and 21 factors, respectively.
The Friars completed with three gamers in double-figures in Watson, Horchler, and Reeves. Every group had 17 assists within the recreation, whereas St. John’s outrebounded the Friars by two.
NEXT UP: The Friars will host the Connecticut Huskies on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at Alumni Corridor in Windfall, R.I. The sport is ready for tip-off at 4 p.m. on FS1.