Brewer JV boys complete sweep over Crusaders
Thursday night at the Cross Center in Bangor, the Brewer JV boys took care of business and completed a sub varsity doubleheader with a 40-27 win over the John Bapst Crusaders.
Brewer opened with a 9-6 first quarter lead, and added one more point to their lead in the second quarter with an 11-10 score to take a 20-216 lead into half time.
Brewer's Colby Miller (54) puts up a shot between John Bpast defenders Jacob Weymouth (left) and Ethan Newcomb during a JV game at the Cross Center on Thursday night. Brewer won the game 40-27. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Brewer's Jaycob Miller (50) puts up a shot between John Bapst defenders Jacob Weymouth (42) and Ethan Newcomb. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
In the third quarter, Colby Miller sscored seven points to spark the Witches to a 12-6 score to stretch out their lead over the Crusaders to 32-22 heading into the final period.
Colby Miller scored a game high 11 points and Jaycob Miller added nine points to lead Brewer in scoring. Nate Laskey scored five points, Trevor Pearson added four, and Cameron Monroe had three points. Max Perkins, Sean Neal, Zach Butterfield, and Levi Williams each chipped in with two points.
Brewer's Zach Butterfield (20) drives by John Bapst defender Sam Peterson. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
The Witches had one 3-point basket by Monroe, and they went 9-for-15 (60%) from the free throw line.
Zach Daughtry and Alec Gagnon each scored six points to lead John Bapst in scoring, and Noah Dube had five points. Sam Peterson and Brennan Hubbard each added three points. Sean Zhang and Jagger Cummings each scored two points.
John Bapst Brennan Hubbard puts up a 3-point shot in the first quarter. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
The Crusaders had five 3-point baskets, one each by Daughtry, Gagnon, Dube, Peterson, and Hubbard. They managed just two 2-point baskets for the entire game. They went 8-for-14 (57%) from the foul line.
John Bapst's Alec Gagnon gets ready to take a foul shot. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
John Bapst's Jacob Weymouth (42) looks to get off a shot between two Brewer defenders. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)