blank'/> Broughton Sports Update: Broughton loses in OT in Glaxo Tournament

Monday, December 27, 2010

Broughton loses in OT in Glaxo Tournament

By Chris Edwards (Reporter at High School OT)
Updated at 9:45 p.m.


Middle Creek's Donta Davis #32 scores the winning basket as Middle Creek defeats Broughton in overtime Monday evening December 27, 2010
2010 GSK Holiday Invitational
Day 1: GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational scoreboard
Share FINAL (OT): Middle Creek 63, Broughton 61

Broughton began the overtime one quick 5-0 run thanks to a pair of Chris Corshiani free throws and a Cyrus Stewart three pointer as they took a 61-56 lead with 1:53 left in overtime.

Middle Creek came storming back just like they did in the fourth quarter to claw back and force overtime. Nate Fleming hit the first bucket for the Mustangs to pull to within three points with 95 second to play.

The Mustangs picked up another bucket this time from Brandon Hooks to make it a one-points 61-60 Broughton lead with one minute to play. On the ensuing possession, the Capitals called timeout to set up the offense. But, the Mustangs had other ideas as Quinton Ray picked off a Broughton pass and fed a cutting Donta Davis for the basket and a one-point Middle Creek lead, one they would not relinquish.

Both teams called timeouts over the last 60 seconds and with 9.9 seconds to play, Middle Creek's Jon Moore hit one of two from the line to make it a 63-61 lead. The Capitals had one shot to win it following a timeout with 8.3 seconds left. However, the shot by Chris Corchiani rimed off and Middle Creek remains perfect with a 63-61 come from behind overtime win over Broughton.

For the Mustangs, this will be their first ever trip to the semi-finals in this their third trip to the Glaxo.

Broughton will play in the consolation bracket and will play the loser of the Kinston vs. Riverside game at 12:40 pm on Wednesday ,Dec. 29.at Broughton.

FINAL STATS:


Broughton

Cyrus Stewart - 14 points

Connor Strickland - 13 points

Devonte' Graham - 8 points

Andrew Ocampo - 7 points

Sam Kipuni - 7 points

Staats Battle - 6 points

Parrish Crowder - 3 points

Chris Corchiani - 2 points

Sam Holmes - 1 point

Middle Creek

Leon Hargrove - 12 points

Nate Fleming - 12 points

Marvin Wilson - 10 points

Donta Davis - 8 points

Quinton Ray - 5 points

Brandon Hooks - 4 points

Keith Fitzgerald - 4 points

Jon Moore - 3 points

Nick Bennett - 3 points

Khamari Bobbit - 2 points



END 4Q: Middle Creek 56, Broughton 56

Middle Creek trailed by 10 points going into the final quarter of play and stormed back to force overtime with the Broughton Capitals. Nate Fleming pulled his team back into the game with eight points in the final stanza.

Broughton had a four point lead with just over three minutes left, that's when Conor Strickland missed the front end of an one and one. After that miss, Middle Creek outscored Broughton 7-4 over the last two plus minutes to pull even.

Late in the period, both Leon Hargrove (Middle Creek) and Staats Battle (Broughton) both fouled out after leading their respective teams.

Middle Creek had a shot to win with 10.7 seconds left in regulation, but Donta Davis missed a shot to win it for the Mustangs.

END 3Q: Broughton 46, Middle Creek 36

In the third quarter, both teams turned up the defensive pressure, which allowed Middle Creek to get back into the game and pull to within one point at 36-35 with 2:31 to play in the quarter.

However, over the final two minutes of the quarter, Broughton went inside as Andrew Ocampo scored six points on medium range jump shots. The Caps also converted on the defensive end as Parrish Crowder stole a Mustang pass and converted for an old fashioned three-point play.

Marvin Wilson and Leon Hargrove kept Middle Creek in the game.

HALFTIME: Broughton 25, Middle Creek 21

Trailing by four going into the second period, Broughton went on a 10-4 scoring sprint to pull back to within one at 16-15 with 4:16 left in the half. Eventually, the Caps took the lead for the first time since the four minute mark of the opening quarter.

Sparking the run was great free throw shooting by the Capitals as they went 5/8 from the line in the second quarter. Also, in the second, Devonte' Graham hit two big three-point shots to give Broughton a four point, 20-16 lead with 1:22 to play in the half.

At the end of the half, Marvin WIlson hit a big three to pull the Mustangs to within four at 25-21 at the break.

Halftime Stats:

Middle Creek

Marvin Wilson - 5 points

Leon Hargrove - 4 points

Keith Fitzgerald - 2 points

Jon Moore - 2 points

Quinton Ray - 2 points

Donta Davis - 2 points

Nate Fleming - 2 points

Khamari Bobbit - 2 points

Broughton

Devonte' Graham - 8 points, 4 assists

Conor Strickland - 6 points

Sam Kipunt - 4 points

Cyrus Stewart - 4 points

Staats Battle - 2 points



END 1Q: Middle Creek 12, Broughton 8

Broughton began the game on a 6-0 run to take an early lead and prompt the Mustangs to call a time out with 5:17 left in the opening period.

Following the time out, Middle Creek went on a 12-2 spurt to end the first quarter and take a 12-8 lead into the second quarter.

Middle Creek was led by Leon Hargrove who had four points in the quarter, Marvin Wilson also chipped in three.

For Broughton, four players had two points.

PREGAME

The second game of day one of the GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational will feature two teams who have had very successful starts to the season. The Middle Creek Mustangs out of the Tri-9 conference, undefeated on the season and the host, Broughton Capitals of the Cap-Eight conference, who only have one loss.

Both teams like to get up and down the court so look for this to be a up-tempo game of the offensive side of the ball. On the defensive side of the ball, both squads like to get in your face and force turnovers.

Another big key will the the play of the guards, Middle Creek is very guard heavy but will be without Garrett Leatham, who is playing in a football all-star game.

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