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Allstars take Solo Second Place - Apr 28, 2016


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Coach Beason didn't waste any time using his first timeout of the game. Only 4 minutes into the game, Beason wasn't happy with his teams start. The traveling Ft Gordon Eagles only brought 7 players, and the Allstars weren't using their depth to wear out the visitors.
Post timeout, the Allstars stopped the unforced turnovers, the ill advised shots, and mental mistakes, and never saw the Eagles close the gap within 10 points.
While the Eagles played a solid game, they left a good portion of the team back in Georgia. "They weren't the same team we played the first game of the season, but we were glad to get the win here at home." Said Coach Derrell Beason.
While the Fort Gordon Eagles were a shell of themselves for the match up, the Allstars were happy to have a win, and solidify a solo second place in the southern division of the East Coast Basketball League. Not only are the South Carolina Allstars in second, they are also on a 5 game winning streak. A sixth win, will put the Allstars in a tie for first place!
The Allstars were lead by Ivan Vernon, and Jimmy Ellis who both put 21 points on the board. While Jimmy scored his first points as an Allstar, another stand out performance was placed by second year Allstar, Phil Barnes. Barnes was able to grab 9 rebounds and 18 points. While the Allstars had great performances from multiple players, they saw efficient play out of everyone on the bench!
The game ended with a score of 135-104. The Allstars will be back in action Saturday April 30th, when they host, first place Primetime Players. The game will be played at 6 pm at the Whitlock Flexible Learning Center.
  




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