The Bronchos opened the second half on a 18-6 run that included five 3-pointers to cut the lead to 10 at 36-26.
“They came back out very focused and ready and I don’t think that we came out and attacked them defensively as solid as we were the first half,” Nored said.
But the Bulldogs took back control of the game with 14 unanswered points in between the third and fourth quarters.
The run was started because of Walton as he contributed five of the first eight points and found his teammate Trevor Lucas for an unselfish layup and foul.
The sophomore played confident and collected as Walton made half of his 3-pointers (3 of 6) and threw down an empathic one-handed dunk to open the fourth quarter off a pass from Ringo.
“I think he did just about everything well,” Nored said of Walton. “We are on him nonstop because we just see so much potential from him and we want him to reach that potential as quickly as possible.”
Brownsburg has two games left before sectionals and appear to be heading in the right direction. With five straight wins and the Bulldogs sitting at .500, Nored has the team improving at the best time of the season.
“We are just trying get better everyday,” he said. “I told them we can’t worry about wins or our record. We have a couple more days to get better before sectionals and we’ve got to use those days to get better.”