Knights Break Three Point Record In Route Over Rochester

It was bombs away at Southwood Thursday night as the Knights set a new school record for three point field goals made in an 84-43 win over Rochester.

The Knights made 16 three pointers, breaking the old record set in the 2014-15 season. The old record was 15.

The game was pretty much decided in the first quarter as the Knights raced out to a 24-8 lead after one. Things would simmer a bit in the second as Southwood won the quarter 15-14 to lead 39-22 at the half.

The engines would rev again in the third as Southwood went off for 28 points while holding the Zebras to 11 before taking the fourth 17-10 for the 84-43 final.

Nose 20pts 6reb 3st 1bl 1ast
Holmes 17pts 2reb 2bl 3st 2ast
Blair 14pts 5reb 3st 2ast
Trexler 12pts 8ast 2st 3reb
Roberts 9pts 4ast 3st 1reb
Winer1pt 1reb
Simons 4pts 2reb
Rich 4pts 1st
Barney 2reb
Lloyd 3pts 1st
Crow 1st
Farr 1reb

The JV Knights battled Rochester’s undefeated JV to a 25-tie after 3 quarters. The Knights then exploded for 20 in the 4th and won 45-40

Gabe Lloyd battled though a bad shooting night and scored 11 of his team high 14 points in the last quarter. Carson Rich had 13 points while committing only 2 turnovers even though he was the predominant ball-handler. Quentin Perry added 5 huge points off the bench. Alex Farr had a big 3 in the 4th quarter and finished with 4 points and 3 steals. Jackson Simons added 3 points and led the team with 3 assists. Braden Barney played great post defense on the night and added 4 points. Connor Rich manned the point off of the bench, scoring 2, with 4 rebounds and 2 assists.

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