The BMC girls and boys teams both came away with victories over Madison. BMC took down the Lady Panthers 38-31 after entering the fourth quarter up 26-22. The Lady Panthers fell behind but battled back in the fourth bringing the deficit down to five before a key basket from Brooklyn Richards was the answer for BMC.
Steven Findley Jr with the call on Superstation KRES and centralmoinfo.com. Richards finished the game with 20 points to lead all scorers. Coach Brian Lewis said Richards provides leadership for a young BMC squad.
Two Lady Panther seniors led Madison with nine points a piece between Emily Buck and Kylie Duff. Coach Corey Riley said that his team faced a well coached BMC side.
BMC improves to 4-3 and Madison falls to 0-3.
For the boys matchup it was all BMC from the opening quarter in the 41-31 win, as they jumped out to a 14-6 lead after one. Junior Aiden McNeil’s six points in the first contributed to the BMC advantage.
McNeil finished the game with 12 points to lead BMC in scoring. Coach Jared Best said the team executed on offense the right way.
Senior Reed Layton scored 18 points and fellow senior Kyler Brucker scored 11. Coach Jacob Youse said a slow start to the game made a difference in the contest.
BMC picks up their second win of the season while Madison remains winless. You can hear full postgame interviews with all coaches along with this story at centralmoinfo.com
BMC Coach Jared Best:
Madison Coach Jacob Youse:
Madison Girls Coach Corey Riley:
BMC Girls Coach Brian Lewis: