By Rob Hamilton
Highland overcame a slow start at home against Loudonville on Tuesday to post a 49-37 victory.
While the Scots were down 11-5 after the first quarter, they battled back to get within a 15-13 margin at the half. They were up by one after outscoring their opponents 13-10 in the third quarter and then finished the game by winning the fourth quarter by a 23-12 margin to turn a one-point game into a double-digit win.
The 8-12 Scots were led by Jordan Bellamy, who hit four three-pointers in scoring 21. Rider Minnick finished with 12 and Garrett Fitzpatrick added eight.
Northmor Golden Knights
Northmor jumped out to a good start and built upon it throughout their home game with Cristo Rey on Tuesday, finishing on top by a 67-34 score.
The score was 17-8 in favor of Northmor after eight minutes of action and they consistently added to that advantage by outscoring their guests 15-8 in the second quarter, 18-2 in the third and 17-16 in the fourth.
All 11 Golden Knights who dressed wound up scoring. Graesin Cass, Grant Bentley and Max Lower all finished with 13 in the game, while Logan Mariotti tallied eight.
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