Mistakes hurt Mohawk boys
New Brighton (58) Vs. Mohawk (38)
Jan 02, 2009
The Warriors committed 27 turnovers and lost in the third-place game of the Penn State-Beaver Christmas Tournament.

Mohawk, which lost its second straight game after beginning the season with an eight-game winning streak, was held scoreless in the first quarter and trailed 29-15 at the half.

Jake Grim paced the Warriors (8-2) with 11 points.

B.J. Pearson led all scorers with 21 points for the Lions (8-2). Chris Weathers and Kane Rombold each added 12 points.

Although it was a nonsection game, the two teams compete in Section 2-AA. Mohawk won the first encounter, 65-48, on Dec. 16.

The two will meet again at New Brighton on Jan. 20.

Nightly Roundup
Jan 02, 2009 Nightly Roundups
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
New Brighton 15 14 13 16 0 58
Mohawk 0 15 13 10 0 38
Box Scores
NEW BRIGHTON (59)
B.J. Pearson 9 3-4 21
Alan Sheffield 1 0-0 2
Chris Weathers 4 3-4 12
Sharron Moreland 2 0-1 4
Kyle Bonner 2 0-1 4
Kane Rombold 5 0-0 12
Josh McFrazier 1 2-2 4
Brian Circle 0 0-0 0
Jimmy Pratt 0 0-0 0
Trey Hall 0 0-0 0.
Totals: 24 8-12 59.

MOHAWK (38)
Jake Grim 4 3-4 11
Matt Minteer 3 2-4 8
Michael Henry 1 5-6 7
Dan Mioni 1 1-2 3
Matt Lorello 1 3-8 5
Andrew Brown 0 0-0 0
Jordan Sager 0 0-0 0
Johnny Beatty 0 0-0 0
Josh Morrow 0 0-0 0
Colin Bredl 0 0-0 0
Zach Beatty 2 0-1 4.
Totals: 12 14-25 38.

NEW BRIGHTON 15 14 13 16 — 59
MOHAWK 0 15 13 10 — 38

3-point goals — New Brighton 3 (Rombold 2, Weathers 1).

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