Pt Central Info
This game was all Tornadoes as
Abingdon-Avon (8-3) used a 23 point run in the first half to put
the game out of reach for Panthers of Camp Point Central (1-10).
Camp Point's Bryce Long hit a layup to pull ahead 4-2 with 6:58
to go in the first quarter. The Panthers would not score
again until 1:34 to go in the second quarter. Until that
basket, it was 27-5 and Abingdon-Avon's defense would not let
Camp Pt Central back into this one.
Defense was the story in this contest.
Abingdon-Avon held Camp Point Central to just 6-32 (19%)
shooting. With :04 remaining in the third quarter, a
3-pointer by Kaden Jones pushed the score to 40-9 and initiated
the tournament's first running clock.
A-Town out-rebounded Camp Pt Central 37-17.
The Tornadoes, entering the tournament as
the #2 seed, were led in scoring by Ryan Adolphson's 15 points.
Kaden Jones also scored double digits, as he finished with 14.
TJ Meyers pulled down 11 rebounds and Adolphson added eight
more. Meyers also led his team in assists with five.
Camp Point Central was led in scoring by
Bryce Long's five. Blake Eyler had a team-high six
rebounds and two blocks.
Abingdon-Avon advances to play in Game 14
(tomorrow, 6:30pm) against Monmouth-Roseville. Camp Pt
Central will face Eureka in Game 10 (tomorrow, 10:30am) in the