Fourth Quarter Drive Just in Time
Surrendering 10 consecutive points is not the best way to end the third quarter. Storming to 21 of the 27 in the fourth stanza is pretty darn cool, however, and that was what happened Wednesday as boys varsity basketball posted a 52-40, non-league victory over visiting Parkway Center City.
Junior Adam Holland — shown here — packed eight of his 10 points into the final eight minutes and finished with five assists overall. Sophomore Mason Williams (14) and his senior non-relative, Harrison Williams (12), also scored in double figures. Oddly, Mason, though a guard, was the rebound leader with 10 while Harrison, though a forward, collected five steals. Senior Michael Berk, the sixth man, scored five quick points at the start of the fourth quarter to provide a nice spark.
The Quakers are 6-2 and will play twice next week in a mini-tournament in Wildwood, NJ, to complete the 2015 portion of their schedule.
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