|Bethseda University 4-1||40||39||79|
|Life Pacific 5-0||27||55||82|
|Jan. 28, 2017|
|Bethseda University||Indv. Leaders||Life Pacific|
|#11 Buddha Boyd - 42||Points||#02 Mark Eden - 32|
|#11 Buddha Boyd - 6||Rebounds||#30 Ramez Michail - 10|
|#14 Gaberiel Adersteg - 1||Assists||#02 Mark Eden - 4|
|Bethseda University||Team Statistics||Life Pacific|
|46% (29 - 63)||Field Goals %||45.1% (23 - 51)|
|52.9% (9 - 17)||3 Point Field Goals %||31.3% (5 - 16)|
|66.7% (12 - 18)||Free Throws||79.5% (31 - 39)|
|7||2nd Chance Pts||5|
San Dimas, CA - The Life Pacific Warriors faced Bethesda University Flames for the second time this season Saturday night. LPC rose from their 13 point deficit in the half to take the victory. (82-79)
The Men's Basketball team is unstoppable! This victory continues the incredible winning streak from the Warriors taking the team to (6-0) league, 12-6 overall.
Half 1 - Starting with great defenses both teams struggled to get points on the board. At 14:00 only 9 points were scored and the Warriors followed at (4-5). Free throws saved the Team from a bitter defeat adding 10 points to the scoreboard. Ramez Michail (JR/Anaheim, CA) and Mark Eden (JR/Chino, CA) shot a majority of the first half bringing in a combined 22 points. In the last minute, the Flames took 6 extra points. Ending the half with 27-41. Warriors follow the Flames with a large gap of 14 points.
Half 2 - This half was the game-changer. LPC was shooting every chance they could. The Flames fouled 20 times in half 2 and gave the Warriors an added bonus of 21 points. Five times the game was tied and from the 10-minute mark, it was an all-out battle for points. Anyone could take the victory and the Warriors took it. In the last moments, it was a tie game. Mark Eden scored a layup and four free throws for a 4 point lead. Ramez Michail got in the action brought 4 points. When the buzzer sounded the Warriors took the win at 82-79!
Mark Eden scored a career high of 32 points, (9-10 two's) (2-2 three's) (12-13 free throws). A great game by Eden. Ramez Michail followed Eden with 23 points, (7-14 two's) (1-3 three's) (8-10 free throws). James Noble (JR/Los Alamitos, CA) was the only other Warriors to score in the double digits. He shot 10 points, (4-8 two's) (1-2 three's) (1-2 free throws).
By the numbers
Free throws: 31-39 (79.5%)
Fun Fact: More points were scored in the last minute than in the first 10 minutes.
The Warrior's next game is on Monday at 4 pm. They will be facing UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs at home.