Brandywine rolls to 11th win of the season

THREE OAKS — The Brandywine boys basketball team used a big second half to rebound from its overtime loss to New Buffalo Monday night.

The visiting Bobcats outscored River Valley 50-26 in the second half to pick up an easy 78-46 victory over the Mustangs.

River Valley led 9-6 after one, but trailed Brandywine (11-2) 28-20 at halftime.

The Bobcats took a 54-28 lead into the final quarter.

Vinny Peel scored a game-high 24 points to lead Brandywine, which also got 12 points from Marquise Davis and 10 points from Austin Knapp.

Andrew Bellaire had 17 points to lead River Valley, which also got 13 points from Devin Alexander and 11 points from Greg Palen.

 

BRANDYWINE 78, RIVER VALLEY 46

At Three Oaks

BRANDYWINE 78

Marquise Davis 12, Hunter Slaughter 6, Zach Grishaber 5, Dalton Knapp 2, Cole Searles 4, Brady Duval 2, Vinny Peel 24, Antonio Moffitt 2, Austin Knapp 10, Scott Miller 6, Nate Kemp 6. TOTALS: 34 10-14 80

RIVER VALLEY 46

Lars Wittenburg 5, Josh Clark 0, Andrew Bellaire 17, Kyle Seifert 0, Joey Schmidt 0, Greg Palen 11, Devin Alexander 13, Chandler Maclaughn 0. TOTALS: 18 5-8 46.

 

Brandywine   6          28       54       78

River Valley    9          20       28       46

3-point baskets: Branywine 0, River Valley 6 (Wittenburg, Clark, Bellaire 3). Total fouls (fouled out): Brandywine 13 (none), River Valley 12 (none). Varsity record: Brandywine 11-2.

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