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Offense struggles in second half in 64-46 loss
February 12, 2014Princeton High School
The Princeton boys' basketball team fell 64-46 to the Winton Woods Warriors on Tuesday, February 11 in a sold out gym at Winton Woods High School.
Leading 31-30 at the break, the Vikings' offense struggled in the second half. Princeton shot just 22 percent from the floor and an uncharacteristic 0-for-6 from behind the arc. Winton Woods did a solid job limiting Princeton to a single shot per possession, and forced 19 turnovers. The Warriors outscored the Vikings 34-15 in the second half.
Center George Brown lit a spark in the Warriors' offense by dominating the interior with his overmatched size. The 6'7 280 pound frame scored 16 points off the bench.
Reserve guard, Kevin Rainey, led the Vikings' offense with 14 points off 3-of-6 shooting from the floor. Rainey also knocked down 6-of-6 from the charity stripe.
Jordan Bradley finished with 9 points, Josh Jasper with 8 points, and both Ryan Bricking and Darius Harris each scored 6 points.
Princeton wraps up their regular season schedule on Friday at Colerain. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30pm.