, 2014

Indians suffer 30-point loss at state

William Monroe broke a first-quarter tie and started to pull away with a 15-5 second-quarter run last Friday en route to beating Northumberland, 74-44, in a boys Group A Division 2 state quarterfinal at the VCU Siegel Center in Richmond.

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The Dragons hit 21-of-40 or 52% from the floor and sank 59% of their free throws to knock the Region A champion Indians out of the state tournament.

Gary Morris scored 17 points to lead three double-digit scorers for William Monroe. Markel Williams and Jeff Early added 13 points each. Early also pulled down nine rebounds.

Aaron Lewis led the Indians with 17 points. Dorian Morris had 11 rebounds.

The Dragons (25-4) took a 10-point lead at the half and blew the game open with a 30-10 third-quarter run.

Northumberland struggled to find the goal, hitting 15-of-65 for only 23% and made 4-of-21 three-point shots for 19%. The Indians did sink half of their free throws, making 10-of-20.

Kyle Elmore added nine points and Tevin Carter eight for the Indians, who finished 16-12 as both the Northern Neck District tournament and Region A Division 2 tournament champions.

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