Hot Hurricane warms Summers Court 89-36


WHS beats EC, now 14-0

By Shawn Robinson - WNJ Sports Writer



Wilmington’s Alex Miller, 10, battles with East Clinton’s Cole Jenkins for a loose ball Friday night at Fred Summers Court in the boys varsity basketball game.


Mark Huber | News Journal

All, well most, eyes are up looking at the ball Friday night at Fred Summers Court in the varsity basketball game between Wilmington and East Clinton. Players are, clockwise from top, Jarron Cumberland of WHS, Josh Moskal of EC, Austin Mercer, 12, of EC, Griffin Campbell, 4, of EC, Matt Creditt of WHS, Jeffrey Mansfield of WHS and Brian Barnes of EC.


Mark Huber | News Journal

WILMINGTON – Wilmington dominated East Clinton every way imaginable in an 89-36 South Central Ohio League victory Friday at Fred Summers Court.

Jarron Cumberland poured in 24 points on 10-of-15 shooting, snatched nine rebounds, dished out six assists, grabbed seven steals and had two blocks in just 21 minutes of play. He had 21 points on 9-of-11 shooting, five rebounds, three assists, two blocks and four steals by the intermission to help the Hurricane (14-0, 10-0) build a 57-10 lead.

Cameron Stewart added 17 points, six assists and three steals for the Hurricane, ranked fifth in the latest Ohio Division I Associated Press boys basketball poll.

Dylan Beaguard also reached double figures for the Hurricane with 11 points. He also had five steals and three assists.

The Hurricane will now face third-ranked Cincinnati Moeller Saturday night at MHS. Moeller ended Wilmington’s run last season with a 46-43 win in a Div. I Dayton District championship game.

The game Saturday is being televised on Time Warner Cable digital channel 311 beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Wilmington outscored East Clinton 56-16 in points in the paint, 36-4 off turnovers and 22-2 on fast-break points. In the first half, those margins were 34-6 (points in paint), 28-2 (points off turnovers) and 20-0 (fast-break points), respectively.

In the first half, Wilmington also connected on 77.4 percent of its field-goal attempts. The Cane finished at 58.7 percent for the game.

In addition to holding EC to just 10 first-half points, the Hurricane defense forced 17 first-half turnovers.

Wyatt Floyd led the Astros (4-12, 0-10) with 13 points, two steals and two assists. All but two of his points came in the second half.

SUMMARY

Jan 22, 2016

@Fred Summers Court

Wilmington 89 East Clinton 36

E 05.05.16.10…..36

W 23.34.20.12…..89

(36) EAST CLINTON (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Jenkins 0-0-1-1 McCarren 0-0-0-0 Blair 1-0-0-2 Barnres 2-0-2-6 Floyd 4-2-3-13 Campbell 0-0-0-0 Mercer 2-1-0-5 Moskal 1-0-2-4 P. Luttrell 0-0-0-0 DJ Luttrell 2-0-1-5. TOTALS 12-3-9-36

(89) WILMINGTON (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Stewart 8-1-0-17 Miller 4-0-0-8 Beauguard 5-0-1-11 Cumberland 10-2-2-24 Wolary 3-2-0-8 Morris 1-0-3-5 Gauche 0-0-0-0 Griffith 0-0-0-0 Wright 1-1-0-3 Smith 0-0-0-0 Creditt 2-0-1-5 Mansfield 3-0-2-8. TOTALS 37-6-9-89

FIELD GOALS: EC 12-33 (Floyd 4-9 Barnes 2-4 DJLuttrell 2-4), W 37-63 (Cumberland 10-15 Stewart 8-11 Beaugard 5-8 Miller 4-4 Wolary 3-5 Mansfield 3-6 Creditt 2-5)

3 PT FIELD GOALS: EC 3-12 (Floyd 2-2), W 6-15 (Wolary 2-2 Cumberland 2-4 Wright 1-3 Stewart 1-3)

FREE THROWS: EC 9-14 (Floyd 3-4 Moskal 2-2), W 9-13 (Morris 3-3 Cumberland 2-2)

REBOUNDS: EC-20 (Barnes 5 Blair 4 PLuttrell 4 Moskal 2 Floyd 1 Campbell 1 DJLuttrell 1), W-32 (Cumberland 9 Wolary 7 Miller 5 Stewart 2 Beaugard 2 Smith 2 Mansfield 1 Gauche 1)

ASSISTS: EC-7 (Floyd 2 McCarren 1, Campbell 1 Moskal 1 PLuttrell 1 DJLuttrell 1), W-20 (Stewart 6 Cumberland 6 Beaugard 3 Mansfield 3 Creditt 1 Miller 1)

STEALS: EC4 (Floyd 2 Barnes 1 Moskal 1), W-24 (Cumberland 7 Beauguard 5 Stewart 3 Creditt 3, Mansfield 2, Miller 2, Wolary 1 Wright 1)

BLOCKED SHOTS: EC-1 (DJ Luttrell), W-5 (Miller 2 Cumberland 2 Beaugard 1)

TURNOVERS: EC-26, W-6

Wilmington’s Alex Miller, 10, battles with East Clinton’s Cole Jenkins for a loose ball Friday night at Fred Summers Court in the boys varsity basketball game.
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All, well most, eyes are up looking at the ball Friday night at Fred Summers Court in the varsity basketball game between Wilmington and East Clinton. Players are, clockwise from top, Jarron Cumberland of WHS, Josh Moskal of EC, Austin Mercer, 12, of EC, Griffin Campbell, 4, of EC, Matt Creditt of WHS, Jeffrey Mansfield of WHS and Brian Barnes of EC.
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WHS beats EC, now 14-0

By Shawn Robinson

WNJ Sports Writer

Shawn Robinson covers high school sports for the News Journal. Follow him on Twitter @twinzdad01.

Shawn Robinson covers high school sports for the News Journal. Follow him on Twitter @twinzdad01.

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