BMS Gets Needed Win v Lead Academy
The Bellevue Middle School’s boys basketball team got a much needed win last Thursday night, beating Lead Academy 45-29.
The Owls played a strong first half on bothe ends of the court, building a 25-11 lead heading to the locker room at halftime.
BMS continued to play strong team basketball in the second half.
“Some of our kids are coming around now towards the end of the season,” noted Owls coach Paul Evetts.
“Hopefully that will translate into some wins going into tournaments,” he added.
The Owls dominated most every aspect of the game on Thursday on both ends of the court from start to finish.
BMS were led once again by sharp-shooter Donovan Smith, who poured in 15 points for the Owls.
Seventh-grader Sean Marshall also played an excellent game for the Owls, scoring seven points.
BMS will hope to keep the fine playing going this week when they hit the road to take on McKisack on Thursday.
The Owls only have a few games remaining in the regular season and hope their fans will come out and support them as they prepare for tournament play.