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Wynford Rivalry Ends With Warrior Beat Down
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Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 1/9/2014

The final scheduled showdown between bitter rivals Ontario and Wynford would end in a Warriors blowout, as they smash the Royals 74-43.

Cameron Mack would rip off the first 8-points of the game for Ontario, leading the Warriors to a 16-9 first quarter advantage. Mack would drop 16 in the opening half, as the Warriors outscored Wynford 26- 9 in the second quarter for a 42-18 halftime lead.

The Royals would hang tough in the third quarter, but the Warriors reserves would run away with the game in the fourth for the teams 12th straight win to open the season.

Mack finished with a game-high 20, while Lenell Shelby added 13 and Paul Homan chipped in with 12 off the bench. Hunter Miller was the only Wynford player to score in double- figures with 13.

The Warriors dominated the glass 26-17 and owned the turnover battle 20-10.

Next up for Ontario is a date at the O-rena with 0- 11 Seneca East on Saturday. The 3-8 Royals will travel to Crestline for a Saturday matchup with the 3-6 Bulldogs.

   
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