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 3. Minton, Presenta.27.1 
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 Jontrell HERMAN
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 Tyrone HAUGHTON
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  (206-C-93)
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Martin Methodist RedHawks Season Ended with Loss to Faulkner in SSAC Quarters - Mar 17, 2016


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MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Martin Methodist fell behind early and was never able to catch back up in an 80-69 defeat to Faulkner (Ala.) in the quarterfinals of the SSAC Men's Basketball Championship.

The loss ended the season for the RedHawks (18-11), who scored the opening basket of the ballgame, but had to play catchup for much of the first half. Late in the first period, however, the RedHawks staged a run to take a three-point lead with 3:35 left in the half. That lead evaporated almost instantly as Faulkner buried a couple of long-range shots to take a 38-30 lead into the halftime locker room.

The second half saw the lead balloon to as many as 13 for the Eagles (19-13), but the RedHawks were able to make a run of their own and trim the deficit to just three near the midway mark of the contest.

And, despite one last flurry, the RedHawks were unable to ever overcome the Eagles late in the second half and saw their season come to a close.

Senior forward Darius Forrest led the RedHawks with a valiant effort as he scored 21 points and tracked down nine rebounds. Forrest was especially efficient from the field as he sank 8-of-11 shots from the field.

Junior Caleb Chowbay scored 17 in the defeat for the RedHawks as the marksman connected on 7-of-17 shots from the floor. Chowbay finished 3-of-12 from downtown, but had several key triples for the RedHawks. Martin Methodist shot 42.4 percent from the field and were 57.8 percent inside the arc, but finished an icy 6-of-28 from beyond the arc.

The Eagles, meanwhile, finished a blistering 49.1 percent from the floor and connected on 9-of-17 shots from downtown - almost a complete mirror image of when the teams last met in the postseason. The RedHawks defeated the Eagles in the 2014 tournament thanks to a 14-of-26 shooting effort from long-range.

Di'mar Hill and Nick Drake, two First Team All-SSAC selections, led the Eagles with 23 and 22 points, respectively. Fellow guard Monta Sanford added 11 points.

The loss ended the season for the RedHawks, who bid farewell to three seniors - Darius Forrest, Kadijon Townsend and John Hoskins.

"I know we lost tonight but I could not be more proud of the effort we displayed tonight," RedHawks head coach Scott Combs said. "The lead got away from us a little bit near halftime and we just had too much ground to makeup in the second half. But the effort was fantastic and the guys played their guts out. I am proud to have coached these guys - both the newcomers and the outgoing players - this season."

courtesy of goredhawks.com   



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