By Dennis Weller
Special to The Mercury
UNION — When you’re up against a basketball team that has a good and
experienced big man, players who can shoot three-pointers, and is almost
perfect from the free throw line, you’d better be able to score some
points of your own.
That was the task facing Daniel Boone in
Friday night’s Berks County Division I contest against undefeated
Exeter, but the Blazers couldn’t keep pace due to too many turnovers
early and too many rushed shots late in the 61-50 loss.
Beddall led the Eagles (2-0, 7-0 overall) – who made their first 16 free
throws of the night and wound up at 23-for-26 – with 22 points.
Teammate Justin Trojanowski scored 11 and pulled in 13 rebounds.
Emmanuel Lacey led Boone (1-1, 4-3) with 11 points and Ken Worthington
followed with 10.
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