Blue Devils drop championship game to Warriors


Jeff Miller

Jack Luensmann and Mason Yingling share a word during the ICC championship game.

Dallas Hollen, Sports Writer

The Bellwood-Antis Blue Devils faced off against Everett in the ICC Championship game in Claysburg Saturday night.

Bellwood kept it close early, but Everett quickly gained control by the second quarter. Te Warriors won by 14 points, with the final score set at 50-36.

Bellwood just couldn’t get anything to fall and, in the end, couldn’t stop Everett from scoring. Mason Yingling was limited to just 8 points, down from his average of 19 per game. Only Nathan Wolfe was able to reach double figures, but even his 10 were down from his average of 15 per game.

Everett held a 5-point lead at the half before limiting B-A to single-digit scoring in the third and fourth quarters.

Bellwood-Antis will play West Shamokin in the first round of the District 6 3A playoffs this Friday night.