The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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Morgan Kienzle
Holden Schreier led all scorers against Tyrone with 25 points.

Wednesday night the boy’s basketball team traveled to take on Tyrone. Bellwood lost in a back and forth battle by a score of 65-58.

B-A’s record dropped to 4-10.

The Blue Devils trailed by 2 at the end of the first quarter. B-A’s Anthony Caracciolo had two 3’s in the first period and put together another strong game with 23 points.

Bellwood kept up with Tyrone’s pace and won the battle in the second quarter 17-16. B-A’s Holden Schreier started his scoring in the second with 8 points in the quarter.

The Blue Devils trailed by one point at halftime, 31-30.

Holden Schreier came out of the half still on fire, scoring 11 points in the third, including a driving layup 24 seconds into the second half that gave B-A the lead. He led all scorers with 25 points.

“We’ve been improving the whole year, so hopefully down the stretch we can put it together and string some wins together,” said Holden Schreier.

Schreier pushed the Devils ahead on a couple of occasions in the third quarter, and thanks to his scoring and that of Caracciolo they were able to tie the game midway through the fourth when Caracciolo nailed a three from the wing to make it 55-55.

However, the Blue Devils found themselves behind in spite of the offensive explosion because the Golden Eagles were able to attack all parts of Bellwood’s defense with four players in double digits.

Bellwood entered the fourth quarter down by six points. Schreier and Caracciolo did their best in the last quarter of action combining for all 15 points. The two scored all of Bellwood’s second half points.

The Golden Eagles edged the Blue Devils 16-15 in the fourth to hang on to their lead and give Bellwood the loss.

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Morgan Kienzle Grade 11 Years in BluePrint: 1 What do you hope to do this year: I hope to continue to take sports photos and do some video editing. Outside activities: Volleyball and Track Why did you take BluePrint: I took BluePrint to take and edit photos.

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