Boys basketball: Newman turns up D, shuts down Amboy
Comets control Clipper scorers
STERLING – As tough as the Newman Comets’ defense is to start with, it gets even tougher once they get the lead.
The Comets never trailed Tuesday against Three Rivers rival Amboy, and that spelled bad news for the Clippers. Newman turned a 10-point halftime lead into a rout after the break, winning 51-33 on its home court.
“They took us out of everything we wanted to do offensively,” Amboy coach Chase Goodeill said. “We were hesitant and indecisive, had no cohesiveness or continuity, and because of that we made a lot of unforced errors.”
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