Brownsburg took a 37-15 advantage into halftime.
Ringo scored 11 and Mescall added six in the second quarter.
For players who do not typically see much time, Friday night was beneficial for a lot of Brownsburg players.
“They do a very good job in practice and really get the guys who play a lot prepared,” Nored said. “But for them to be able to come into a real game with real refs against a different opponent is really good for them.”
Senior Eric Bobadilla was the only Cascade player to muster any offense in first half scoring 11 of the Cadets’ 15 points. Bobadilla got to the free-throw line nine times in the half and made seven of his attempts. He finished with a team-high 12 points.
“He was a bright point for us,” DuBois said. “He was mentally tough and took care of the ball for us.”
After halftime, Cascade did not record a field goal until 2:31 left in the third quarter when Daljot Bajwa scored off an offensive rebound and putback. Bajwa’s layup ended a 14-0 run.
Brownsburg advances to meet rival Avon for a shot at the county championship tonight at 8 p.m. It is a rematch from Dec. 14 when the Orioles beat Brownsburg 54-51.
In his first season, Nored is taking his team to compete for a county championship.
“It means a lot,” Nored said. “No matter who the opponent is, it’s a big game. We haven’t won one of these since 2008 when these guys won the state championship.”