LOUGHBOROUGH, Leicestershire – Bradley Kaboza scored a game-high 31 points and Myerscough remained unbeaten, defeating Charnwood College 105-83 on Wednesday afternoon.
Kaboza, who scored 21 points before halftime, hit five of Myerscough’s 11 total 3-pointers and went 11-of-17 from the field. Sco shot 52.6 percent and knocked down 44 percent of its attempts from deep.
Amari Williams (19 points & 15 rebounds) added his third-straight double-double in the EABL for Myersough (4-0), which had six players reach double figures scoring. Lewis McGlasson had 13 points, Sanmi Fajana and Great Osobor each chipped in 11 and Mikey Irvine scored 10.
Myerscough used a 12-0 run to overturn a 32-27 deficit. McGlasson hit from deep to tie the game at 32-all with 6:30 left in the half before Williams broke the deadlock and a Kaboza layup forced a Charnwood timeout.
A 54-45 halftime advantage for Myerscough grew to as many as 19 points and Charnwood got no closer than 12. Great Osobor curbed any late comeback attempt with a 3-point play with 1:04 remaining that gave Sco a 101-88 lead.
Charnwood scored 26 points off 24 turnovers — tied for second most this season — but Myerscough cancelled out that advantage by holding a 63-22 margin on the glass, including 25-7 at the offensive end, which it converted into 26 second-chance points.
Blaize Sagna had a team-high 22 points for Charnwood, which hit 14 3-pointers in the loss. Sagan and Josh Lloyd (18 points) hit four each. Greg Durand added 17 points and Victor Ndoukou had 16.
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