Big possession turns tide for Braves
South Adams had just completed a six-point run to open the second quarter, sneaking in front of Bellmont by a point, when a quick turn of events saw their rally killed along with their chances of knocking off their county rival in Decatur Tuesday night in varsity boysâ€™ basketball.
Bellmont (3-4) used a six-point possession midway through the second quarter to erase South Adamsâ€™ 17-16 lead and rode the momentum of that shift to a 68-56 victory.
Dustin Wanner completed South Adamsâ€™ 6-0 run to open the second quarter by burying the first of two free throw attempts, but Matt Stidam responded with a 3-pointer for Bellmont to put the Braves in front 19-17. While...
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