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How It Happened | Second Half

Brewton-Parker advanced back into a doubledigit lead with a pair of free throws from Damarcus Johnson Jr. at the 18:50 mark. Point led an 8-4 stretch of scoring over the next three minutes to keep the BPC advantage to just seven, down 41-34.

The Barons returned the favor with an 8-2 run led by Smith with six points for a 13-point lead with 14:29 left in the game. A pair of layups from the Skyhawks cut the lead back to nine points with 13:20 to play before Brewton-Parker separated from the hosts for good.

Johnson Jr. led the following couple of minutes with four of BPC’s 10-0 run to comfortably cushion the lead to 59-40 with 11:01 remaining. The Barons continued to be dominant over the Skyhawks, taking the next 11 minutes to outscore the hosts 2010 with Jordan Johnson leading with five points followed by Dre Burroughs and Smith with four each.

BPC took advantage of fouls from Point down the stretch, shooting 9-of-10 from the foul line and scoring just five buckets from the field in the final 11 minutes. The Barons outscored the Skyhawks 44-24 in the second half to secure a 79-50 win on the road.

Inside The Statistics

· BPCshot41%(25of-61) from the field, 45.5% (10-of-22) from three, and 79.2% (19-of-24) from the foul line.

· Smithscoredaseason- high 34 points while snagging a team-leading seven rebounds and dishing out four assists as well, followed by Burroughs with 13 points.

· Bostonalsograbbed seven rebounds while scoring eight points alongside Johnson Jr.

· TheBarons’defense totaled 10 steals off 15 turnovers from the Skyhawks with Ferlin Joseph Jr. leading with three.

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