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Boys beat Saraland Spartans

November 30, 2012
St. Lukes Episcopal School



Boys Basketball: St. Luke's 54, Saraland 49

, November 29, 2012 10:40 p.m.

MOBILE, Alabama --  Adam Miller had a game-high 14 points while  Aaron Bryant added 12 as host St. Luke's never trailed in the  game but had to hold on at the end to beat visiting Saraland on Thursday evening.

St. Luke's jumped out to a big 21-8 lead after the opening  period and led 31-20 at halftime but that lead had dwindled all the way  to 43-37 heading into the final quarter. Saraland pulled  within two points at 51-49 with 1:13 left to play in  the contest but never scored again.
 
St. Luke's misfired on 5-of-8 free  throws in the final minute however and the triumph wasn't a sure thing  until Thomas Stubblefield nailed two free throws with five seconds  remaining to help ice the victory.
 
"We're learning to play with a lead," said St. Luke's coach  Kantonio Davis. "It is something new, we're making strides but we made  some poor decisions tonight at th end of the ballgame. We came out with a  lot of energy to start with and jumped out to  a big advantage but we tend to relax, we have to work on playing a full  32 minutes."
 
Overall, the Wildcats nailed 8-of-14 free throws on the evening.
 
The Wildcats improve  to 4-2 with the triumph and play next at Saraland  next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Meanwhile, the Spartans fall  to 1-3 and will  play next at home against UMS-Wright on Tuesday at  7:30 p.m. Wyndell  Archie led Saraland in scoring on the night with  a  game-high 14 points.

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