Birmingham England – Myerscough College were back to winning ways in the EABL Northern Conference on Wednesday afternoon as they comfortably rolled to a convincing win over BMET College, 89-39.
Myerscough saw all of its starters combined for 21 of their 24 opening quarter points as their intentions were made clear from the jump and an early 24-13 was established.
Dayvantia Campbell-Deeble continued his recent form with 7 quick points to start the second quarter which seemingly sparked Myerscough to shift to another gear and when Stephen Asante saw his half-court shot drop through the net as the half-time buzzer sounded, the visitors had erupted for a 32-12 quarter and a 31-point lead.
Myerscough continued to apply pressure throughout the second half and their continuous disruption played a big part in limiting their opponents to just 14 points whilst continuing to fuel them on the offensive end until the final buzzer sounded.
Dayvantia Campbell-Deeble led five Myerscough players in double figures scoring with 21 points. Euan Birch and Mandre Costa both added 13 points each whereas Stephen Asante and Ben Prince contributed 12 and 11 points respectively.
Captain Euan Birch reflected on the big road win with, “It was scrappy for large parts of the game and despite not executing as well as we would have wanted, it is certainly good to get back to winning ways as we head into the final week before the Christmas break.”
Suwayd Francis top scored for BMET with 9 points whilst Edoardo Scio added 7 points as Myerscough prevented any of their opposition reaching double figures.
Myerscough travels to Manchester for their first return fixture of the season as they face-off against The Manchester Magic Academy whom they previously beat 94-52, back in October. BMET College are at home again hosting SGS College.
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