Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


January 5, 2013

Bulldogs bully Cadets

DANVILLE — From the opening tip, the Brownsburg boys’ basketball team was ready to go.

The Bulldogs cruised to a 75-36 victory Friday night over the Cascade Cadets in the semifinals of the Hendricks Regional Health County Basketball Tournament.

Brownsburg had 12 different players score, led off the bench by seniors Xavier Ringo and Jimmy Mescall with 13 points each.

“It was really good from the standpoint that everybody really got to play a lot and I thought that everybody that played, played well,” Brownsburg coach Ronald Nored said.

The Cadets struggled offensively with 26 turnovers and 7 of 25 shooting. Cascade had at least five turnovers in each quarter and scored only one field goal in the second and third quarters.

“Their athletic ability, their pressure on defense, we don’t see that very much during our season,” Cascade coach Chris DuBois said. “We knew they were going to come out and do that.”

Brownsburg limited clean looks as Cascade never found an offensive rhythm because of the defensive pressure.

Cascade’s leading scorer Hayden Suter came into the game averaging 19 points and was limited to just five points. Senior Ian Good and a host of other Bulldogs limited the junior to only two shot attempts.

“They had three to four guys guarding him and they just bumped him and held him,” DuBois said. “And they adjusted with officials and they did a good job with that. That’s one thing we talked about in here, he’s got to set his man up better. He’s got to set better screens, we’ve got to set better screens for him.”

After the first quarter, the Bulldogs led 17-10 with Trevor Lucas scoring eight points. Cascade turned the ball over thrice before its first shot attempt.

In the second quarter, it was more of the Bulldogs as they opened the quarter with 13 unanswered points. In the first four minutes of the second quarter, the Cadets had five turnovers and was 0-for-2 from the field.

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