LOWVILLE — Between its full-court press and its calculated ball movement along with an assortment of other tactics, the Lowville boys basketball team flexed its muscles against South Lewis on Friday in a Frontier League crossover match.
The Red Raiders won, 84-42, to improve to 10-1 overall and remain in a tight race with General Brown for the top spot in the Frontier League “B” Division.
Holding a commanding lead at halftime allowed Raiders coach Zach Shambo to tune up his team in preparation for the final third of the season.
“The big thing is that we are playing hard all the time and that we’re still doing the fundamental things,” Shambo said. “And that we’re not getting lackadaisical with what we’re doing. A big focus on fundamentals.”
With a lead hovering around 30-to-40 points, the Red Raiders played some zone defense, something that they haven’t done a lot of this season.
Part of what has made Lowville so good this season is its on court chemistry. While Gavin Macaulay led the scoring with 23 points, almost all of which came in the paint, Chad Bach contributed with 17 rebounds and Aidan Macaulay finished with nine assists.
After gaining enough of a lead, Gavin Macaulay said …read more
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