New Brighton turns back Mohawk
Mohawk (47) Vs. New Brighton (53)
Jan 18, 2014
The visiting Mohawk Warriors managed just four points in the third quarter of their 53-47 Section 2-AA loss to New Brighton last night.

“We played three quarters of basketball,” Mohawk coach Rob Fadden said. “When you score four points in a quarter, you’re not going to win many games.

“We just couldn’t make a shot. We had some easy layups, but weren’t able to convert. We weren’t locating guys and they were able to get offensive rebounds.”

Mohawk (1-7, 5-10) had an easier time offensively in the first half, rolling out to a 28-21 lead after two quarters.

“In the first half, we did a nice job of rebounding the ball,” Fadden said. “We were pushing the ball and getting much easier looks.”

Zach Shasteen recorded a game-high 14 points for the Warriors and Jonathan Grim tossed in 10.


Nightly Roundup
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
Mohawk 14 14 4 15 0 47
New Brighton 5 16 18 14 0 53
Box Scores
MOHAWK (47)
Tyler Rader 1 0-0 3
Zach Shasteen 6 0-0 14
Travis Giardina 0 1-4 1
Ricky Malutic 1 2-4 5
Isaac Strobel 0 0-0 0
Michael Kurtz 2 0-0 5
Gio Menichino 1 0-0 2
Spencer McConahy 1 1-2 3
Shane McFarland 2 0-2 4
Jonathan Grim 3 4-4 10
Totals: 17 8-16 47

NEW BRIGHTON (53)
Zach Rombold 6 0-1 14
Craig Thompson 3 1-4 7
Kurtis Williams 1 1-4 3
Dontae Pearson 2 1-4 5
R.J. Debo 0 1-2 1
Ed Zahn 2 0-1 4
Gabe Greco 0 0-0 0
Blane Williams 6 2-4 19
Totals: 20 6-20 53

MOHAWK 14 14 4 15 — 47
NEW BRIGHTON 5 16 18 14 — 53

3-point goals — Mohawk 5 (Shasteen 2, Malutic 1, Kurtz 1, Rader 1), New Brighton 7 (B. Williams 5, Rombold 2).
JV score: Mohawk 47, New Brighton 32. High scorer: M — Ricky Malutic 15.
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