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Hurricanes split games against Riptide - Feb 6, 2017


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Gabe Freeman
It was a weekend split for the Halifax Hurricanes as the top-seeded squad were outlasted by the Saint John Riptide 109-103 at the Harbour Station on Sunday afternoon in a National Basketball League of Canada game. Following the Hurricanes' 110-93 blowout win on Saturday night, the Riptide, who now own a 10-5 record and sit second in the Atlantic division, came back with a wire-to-wire victory on Sunday, handing the Hurricanes only their second loss of the year (13-2), both being to Saint John. Gabe Freeman (6'6''-F-85, agency: Haylett Sports) paced the Riptide with 24 points and 15 rebounds while Anthony Anderson (5'11''-PG-81, college: Massachusetts) chipped in 26 points - 20 of those coming in the second half. Six Halifax players hit double digits including Ta'Quan Zimmerman (6'2''-G-91, college: Monroe CC) (18), Mike Poole (17), Antoine Mason (16), Billy White (14) and C.J. Washington (13). Halifax had a spirited fourth quarter effort cutting the deficit - which at one point was 17 - to six points with 1:50 remaining in the game before the Riptide answered with a 5-0 run out a timeout. In Saturday's game, Halifax received a game-high 24 points from Mason, while White contributed 21 points and 10 rebounds. Among the six Hurricanes who hit double digits were Tyrone Watson (6'5''-F-90, college: N.Mexico St.), with 18 points, Clifford Clinkscales (6'1''-PG-84, college: De Paul) (14), Washington (13) and Zimmerman (10). Anderson netted 19 points for Saint John, which got 17 from Freeman, 16 from Haakim Johnson and 14 from Darin Mency (6'2''-G-89, college: Merrimack, agency: DTMones). The Riptide trailed just 53-52 at the intermission but were outscored 34-22 in the third quarter and 23-19 in the fourth. The Hurricanes conclude their four-game road trip on Thursday night when they visit Charlottetown and the Island Storm.
Courtesy of: thechronicleherald.ca   




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