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Page 10?THE BRUNSWICK BEACON
BY JOHNNY CRAIG
The fifth annual Trojan Holiday In
vilational Basketball Tournament
followed a familiar pattern last week
with host West Brunswick casing
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defend the title they have won each
year since the Christmas event's inception.
Although the Trojans won
iini rath title, it narked the first
time in tournament history that two
Brunswick County schools have met
for the c'nampionaiup.
West and South Brunswick reached
the finals with wins over North Myrtle
Beach, S.C. and Acme-Delco.
West Bruaswick routed North Myrtle,
73-57 in the first round play after
the Chiefs had been the championship
opponent for the Trojans the
oast fhretd vpars.
Meanwhile, the Cougars edged
Acme-Dclco, 74-68 for their first-ever
opening-round win. Acme-Delco went
on to capture the third place in the
consolation over the Chiefs, 81-80.
West Brunswick (8-2) shook from
an early deficit to win the title over
the Cougars behind tourney most
valuable player Robert Thompson's
.80 points. South Brunswick (7-3)
Jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead in the i
game's opening 3:30 before the Trojaas
began to jell. <
By the end of the quarter the ,
C-jM.-rg' lead Hart vanished as a
Craig Johnson free throw with three
seconds remaining evened the game
The Trojans looked to blow the i
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, Thursday, January 3, 1985
game open at the start of the second
quarter outscoring South Brunswick,
14-2 in the first two minutes for a
South Brunswick regrouped and
outs cored the Trojans, 17-C in the remaining
minutes of the half to puli
within 35-34 at intermission. The
Cougars scored 11 unanswered points
iiiiund) hi iiiC spree with West
Brunswick coach Ronnie Champion
being hit for two technical fouls.
Tony Harrison's jumper to open
the second hs!f J!?*70 *5outh
Brunswick a 35-35 lead?the final advantage
the Cougars would have for
the night. West Brunswick then
scored nine straight points for a 44-36
lead that was never relinquished. By
the end of the quarter, the Trojans
lead had swelled to nine, 52-13.
Holding a 10-point, 62-52 lead, the
Trojans took their biggest leuu of the
game with a 9-0 spurt ofr a 69-52 advantage
that killed any hopes of a
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Hchind Thompson's tournamenthigh
30 points to ieail West Bruaswick
was Brad Thomas with 14 and Mike
King with eight.
Joe C'lernmons led South
Brunswick with 18 points followed by
Charles Moore's 13 and David Floyd
Score By Quarters:
S. Bruaswick 13 21 9 15?58
V. Briiftswlck 13 22 17 17?65
South Bruaswick Scoring: Floyd
12, Clemmons IB, Moore 13, Brown 2,
Wdtkiiiii 6, L.Gailoway 2, Harrison G,
G.Galloway. Wise, Sligh.
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West Brunswick Scoring: Thompson
30, C.Johnson 5, Thomas 14,
Street 4, King 8, Gore 4, R.Johnson 4,
Hardee, Hill, M.Johnson, Clemmoas.
Acme-Delco took third okicc in its
first appearance in the tournament
with an 81-vC win over North Myrtle
Beach. The Acme-Delco Trojans,
nnu, S-f, lead by Eldridpp
Keith's 30 points while Ronald tendon
added 16, Odell Brown 12 and
Victor Bobbins 11.
The Troiaas took a narrow 18-17
lead at the end of the first quarter but
North Myrtle Beach managed to take
a 39-37 halftime edge.
Acme-Delco took the lead for good
in the third quarter and held a fourpoint,
57-53 advantage at th? end of
The Chiefs oetscored Acme-Delco,
27-24 in the final quarter but it wasn't
enough as the Trojans held on for the
James Gore led the Chiefs (3-9)
with 25 points followed by tenny
Evans with 22, Carl Simpson 12 and
Elbert Chestnut 11.
Score By Quarters:
N.M. Beach 17 22 14 27?80
Acme-Delco 18 19 20 24?81
North Myrtle B>_ach Scoring:
Evans 22, Chestnut 11, Gore 25,
Wilson 6, Simpson 12, Collins 4,
Johnson, Livingston, West.
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Bress 2, Keaton 2, Keith 30, Brown 12,
Bobbins 11, London 16, Claytor.
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West Brunswick opened tournament
play with its third win this
season over North Myrtle Beach,
73-57. The win came only a week
following the Trojans narrow twopoint
decision over the visiting Chiefs
prior to the Christinas holidays.
The Trojans were never able to
shake North Myrtle Beach until the
final nnartpr as West Rronswirk ran
up leads of 16 points on two occasions
in the third period only to see the
Chiefs climb bacK within reach.
"We were able to play some kids
that hadn't been seeing a lot of playing
time in a while," said West
Brunswick coach Ronnie Champion.
"Our intensity was high a.;c we
showed remarkable improvement
compared to our last game against
them (North Myrtle Beach)."
West Brunswick jumped to a 10-4
lead in the opening minutes and
doubled the score, 18-9 by the end of
The Trojans led throughout the entire
second quarter and took their
biggest lead at the break, 33-21 as
nuueri i nompson ana ttusiy Jotinson
scored the final points of the half.
Thompson's basket with 5:40 left in
the third quarter gave the Trojans
the first of two 16-point buldges,
39-23. Mike King's lay up put West
Brunswick up 43-27 with 4:18 left
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North My;tic Beach scored eight
unanswered points to pull within 10,
45-35, during a 1:38 siretcn ana men
outscorca the i'rojans 10-4 in the final
2:06 of the period to trail by four,
The Trojans extinguished the
North Myrtle Beach rally outsccring
the Chiefs, 12-2 in the first three
minutes of the final quarter for a
61-47 lead and West Brunswick never
Thompson led the Trojan:, with 27
points followed by Brad Thomas,
Mikp King and l.vnwood Walker with
Elbert Chestnut led the Chiefs with
20 points while James Gore added 17.
Score By Quarters:
N. m. Hrucii 5 12 24 17?So
W.Brunswick 18 15 16 22?73
North Myrtle Bench Scoring:
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H.IJvingston 2. Wilson 4. Gore 17,
Collins 2, West 2, D.Livingston,
West Brunswick Scoring: Gause 2,
Thomas 8, Thompson 27, Street 2,
King 8. Gore 2, Hardee 4, M.Johnson
4, K.Johnson 3, Marlowe 5, Walker 8,
Grisseit, Hill, Brown.
South Brunswick's fourth-quarter
surge was enought to send the
Cougars into the tournament finals
on Thursday with u 74-68 win over
Acmc-Delco. The Trojans' one-point,
18-17 lead at the end of the first
quarter stood uu naltume as AcmeDelco
dinged to a 35-34 edge at the
South Brunswick managed to take
a one-point, 54-53 at the end of the
third quarter but outs cored the Trojans,
21-16 In the final period to pull
away with the win.
Charles Moore led the Cougars
with 18 points followed by Darrell
Brown with 16, David Floyd 15 and
Joe Clemmons 12.
Odell Brown led the Trojatis with 16
points with Robert Mines adding 13
and Eldridge Keith 12.
Score By Quarters:
Acmc-Delco 18 17 17 16?6o
S Brunswick 17 17 19 21?74
Acme-Delco Scoring: Keatcn 6.
Keith 12, Edwards 4, O.Brown 16,
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South Brunswick Scoring: Floyd
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16, Wise 4, Watkirts 6. Harrison 3,
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Ftltfsy's tournament championship win over South Brunswick. The win
raised the Trojans mark to ?-2 while South Brunswick fell to 7-3. The two
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