Juvenile AAA Brookwood loses 86-78

François Lemieux
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The Juvenile AAA Broowood squad lost 86-78 to the Concordia Page Sunday afternoon at Riverdale High School. Brookwood which had a record of 3-0 before the game could not hold on to a 51-43 half-time lead for the victory.

Concordia took advantage of two free throws in the opening of the second quarter which Cedric Coriolan nailed to narrow the score at 51-47. Remsky Clervoyant and Stevens Okito then netted a basket each to tie the score at 51.

The two teams offensive machines rivalled for possession of the lead for the rest of the third quarter. Juwara Momodou got close to the bottle and scored at the fifth minute to put his team ahead 57-55. However, Jolen Rose got two free throws 30 seconds later and tied the score. Jordan Serjue descended with the ball from his own end seconds later before passing to Daniel Fisher who dunked it to give Brookwood a two-point lead back.

Concordia immediately tied it but Fisher got the following basket and Brookwood was in the lead again with a score of 61-59. It took three tries but Concordia got the next basket when Jean-François Allaire scored as he stood inches away from the net.

Serjue then got two foul shots and he nailed them to put the score at 63-61. Kamal Spinssey then intercepted a Concordia pass and charged the net for the basket with a little more than two minutes left in the third quarter. Brookwood finished the third quarter in the lead 68-61 after Fisher nailed a free throw and Serjue completed a nice exchange with Carlos Janical.

The Brookwood squad began to lose steam in the fourth quarter as Concordia narrowed the score significantly. Momodou and Okito scored to put the score at 70-68 for Brookwood with 7:10 left. Clervoyant gave Concordia the lead 72-70 with a basket from up close with 4:47 to go. Allaire then scored a crucial three-pointer with 4:25 to go, giving Concordia a five-point lead. Brookwood tried their best to come back from behind in the final minutes but Concordia outplayed them and the game ended 86-78.

Concordia’s head coach Vitello Moussigone told The Chronicle it was his team’ s defensive play which earned them the victory after the game.

Defense made our success on the court today. The guys played as a team. It was a big game. After the first quarter, we (the  coaches) spoke to the guys, told them that if we played as a team, shared the ball and played well defensively, everything would go well,” he said.

As for Brookwood’s head coach Joey McKitterick, he said his team was simply too tired to obtain the win.

“It was our fourth game in three days. We just played at the Sun Youth Holiday Tournament where we beat Dawson College yesterday. My guys were just out of gas. They had nothing left to give,” he said.

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