Brashear Boys Light
Up The Scoreboard
By David Sharp
Brashear poured in 42 field goals and hung 97 points on the board at Bevier in Tri-County Conference play. The Tigers (9-2, 3-1 in the conference) exploded for 32 points in the opening period and never were headed in a 97-51 boys’ victory.
The Tigers sank three home run balls during the contest. Brashear showed their offensive capabilities and led 61-27 at the half.
Brashear continued the onslaught with a 24-15 third quarter run. Brashear took an 85-42 lead into the final quarter. The only question remaining was if the Tigers would reach the century mark on the board.
Anthony Ambrosia tossed in a Tiger three ball during a 12-9 fourth quarter run. The clock ran continuously by the Missouri Mercy Rule in the fourth quarter. Brashear sank four of five free throws on the night. The Wildcats (5-7, 1-3) went 6-12 at the line.
Kale Watson led five Tigers in double figures with 23 points. Trae Treasure continued his solid scoring production with 18 points. Ryan Ferdig came off the bench and scored 17 Tiger points. Kiley Watson scored 12 points. Justin Hazen canned a pair of three pointers and finished with ten points.
Matt Thomas sank eight Brashear points. David Anderson scored four points. Anthony Ambrosia finished with three Tiger points. Adam Songer added two BHS points. Brian Shelmadine scored a game high 26 Bevier points.
Third seeded Brashear has their first North Shelby Tournament game Tuesday, January 15 with sixth seeded Marion County at 6PM.
The Mustangs recently welcomed their leading scorer from the past two seasons back to the lineup. Nathan Meyers was out with a knee injury when Brashear beat Marion County earlier in the season.