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‘Balanced’ Mohawk tops Summit
Mohawk (77) Vs. Summit Academy (55)
Jan 06, 2009
The Warriors took a commanding 36-22 lead at the half and ran away with a Section 2-AA victory.

“We had a good start and they made a run, but once we separated ourselves we maintained it,” Mohawk coach Kevin Wrona said.

Jake Grim scored a career-best 27 points and added seven assists for Mohawk (4-0, 10-2), which remains atop the section standings.

Matt Lorello followed with 20 points, five assists and five rebounds. Michael Henry chipped in with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

“This was the best offensive performance of the season,” Wrona said. “We had a good, balanced performance and executed very well.”

Lawrence Lewis led the Knights (2-3, 3-7) with 13 points
Nightly Roundup
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
Mohawk 15 21 17 24 0 77
Summit Academy 11 11 18 15 0 55
Box Scores
SUMMIT ACADEMY (55)
Keith Bonichar 4 0-0 10
Marcus Easley 0 4-6 4
Jalik Peay 2 3-6 7
Lawrence Lewis 5 3-6 13
Rafiq Blakely 1 0-0 2
Derrick Rawls 2 0-2 4
Mark Waldron 0 0-0 0
Tauvea Hurt 2 0-1 5
Kevin Goodman 2 0-0 4
Luiz Luzon 0 0-0 0
Isiah Davis 1 0-0 2
Derrick Washington 2 0-0 4.
Totals: 21 10-21 55.

MOHAWK (77)
Jake Grim 10 5-8 27
Matt Minteer 1 0-2 2
Michael Henry 6 6-8 18
Dan Mioni 2 0-0 5
Matt Lorello 9 2-3 20
Jordan Sager 0 2-2 2
Johnny Beatty 0 0-2 0
Josh Marrow 0 0-2 0
Colin Bredl 0 0-0 0
Zach Beatty 1 1-2 3
Andrew Brown 0 0-0 0
Shane Eichenlaub 0 0-0 0.
Totals: 29 16-29 77.

SUMMIT ACAD. 11 11 18 15 — 55
MOHAWK 15 21 17 24 — 77

3-point goals — Summit Academy 3 (Bonichar 2, Hurt 1); Mohawk 3 (Grim 2, Mioni 1).
JV score: No game.
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