Friday’s BBC Wrapup: Scott County edges St. Edward

In a game that featured five ties and seven lead changes, Scott County edged out St. Edward 55-54.  The win advances the Cardinals into the consolation bracket championship game.

St. Edward (4-4; Lakewood, OH) held the lead throughout much of the first half and built a 24-14 lead with 4:06 on the clock.  Scott County (11-3; Georgetown, KY) closed the half with a 14-1 to take a 28-25 lead into the locker room.  During the run, the Cardinals’ Tameron Manning tallied nine of his game-high 16 points.

The teams battled in the second 16-minute half closer than the first as neither team led by more than five points through the first 12 minutes of the half.  St. Edward took its only lead of the second half at 41-40 on a layup by Mark Murray with 7:04 to play.

Scott County appeared ready to run away with the contest as the Cardinals went on an 11-2 run to take a 51-43 advantage with just 2:49 to play.  The Eagles then turned up the pressure on the defensive end of the court and forced three Scott County turnovers during an 11-3 run that tied the game at 54-54 on a pair of free throws by Marsalis Hamilton.

On the ensuing Scott County possession, the Cardinals ran the clock down before Manning missed a short contested jumper.  Josh Harris grabbed the offensive rebound and was fouled by St. Edward’s James Crawford.  Harris missed the first free throw but made the second to give the Cardinals the 55-54 lead with just three seconds remaining.

St. Edward’s Myles Hamilton ran the length of the court but had the ball knocked out of bounds with just one-half of a second remaining on the clock.  Following timeouts by each team, James Crawford got a 3-point shot off that hit the back of the rim and bounced out to give Scott County the win.

Scott County’s Manning added 11 rebounds to his 16 points for a double-double.  Isaiah Ivey added 13 points for the Cardinals, while Quinn Richardson chipped in 10 points and six rebounds.

Hamilton paced St. Edward with 15 points and seven boards.

* Ballard (Ky.) 62, Lakota East (Ohio) 49: Ballard trailed for just 35 second of the contest in the opening minute and cruised to a 62-49 victory over Lakota East.

The win sends the Bruins into the 5th place game of the 31st Annual Beach Ball Classic to face St. Augustine (La.).

The game was never in doubt as Ballard (8-4; Louisville, KY) led by as many as 12 in the first half and 24 in the second half.

Quenton Snider led Ballard with 18 points while Lakota East (2-5; Liberty Township, OH) was paced Robbie Harpring’s 13 points.

* Gaffney (S.C.) 67, Rye (N.Y.) 56: L.J. Peak scored 21 points after coming off of the bench to lead Gaffney to a victory over Rye in a consolation bracket game in the 31st Annual Beach Ball Classic.

Rye (1-5; Rye, NY) led 32-28 at halftime but shot just 34.8 percent from the floor in the second half while Gaffney (7-4; Gaffney, SC) heated up to 50.0 percent from the floor.

Gaffney outscored the Garnets 34-20 in the paint and turned 19 offensive rebounds into a 16-3 margin on second chance points.

Rye’s Max Twyman led all scorers with 29 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the field.

* Miami (Fla.) Senior 55, Socastee (S.C.) 39: The Braves once again came up short in their effort to win two games in the same Beach Ball Classic.

Miami Senior never trailed in a victory over Socastee to advance to the championship game of the consolation bracket of the 31st Annual Beach Ball Classic.

Miami Senior (12-2) forced 22 Socastee (8-3) turnovers and turned them into a 25-9 advantage on points off of turnovers.  The Stingarees also held Socastee to just 28.3 percent from the field.

Photo by Digital Magic Photo

 

Adriel Jimenez connected on six 3-pointers and scored 19 points to lead Miami Senior.  Socastee was paced by Travis Frye’s 13 points and six rebounds.

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