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Wolverines Play Hard for Second Straight Win

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On Thursday, the Griswold Wolverines came to play against the Norwich Tech Warriors. Warriors’ guard, Giovani Yeung nailed a three-pointer to begin the game. From that point on, the Wolverines took control of the game. Max Gregory hit a two-point jumper to get the Wolverines on the score board. Gregory later hit a three-pointer to finish the first quarter scoring five points. Bryce Mileski also finished the first quarter with five points of his own. The player with the most first quarter points for the Wolverines was Pharoah Curtis. He had two three-point shots to lead the Wolverines with six points in the first quarter. The Wolverines led 23-7 going into the second quarter. And the hot streak continued in the second quarter for Griswold as Byrce Mileski hit a three from the top of the key.  He went into the half with ten points. Nick Gileau returned to the court after missing the last game due to injury. Gileau hit a two-point shot in the second quarter. Griswold ended the first half leading 31-17. The Wolverines opened the third quarter with Mileski and Gregory hitting all of their shots in the quarter. With the lead secured, Coach Mileski put in the JV starters. Michael Sims made the most of his opportunities in the paint, scoring four points in the quarter. Griswold led the Warriors 47-29 to start the fourth quarter. Junior Seth Savage hit a three from the corner half-way through the fourth and all but secured the win for the Wolverines. Griswold topped Norwich Tech 67 to 35. The next game for the Wolverines is away at Windham tomorrow at 7:00pm. The next live basketball broadcast for Wolverine Radio is Tuesday January 23, when the boys’ basketball team takes on Lyman Memorial at 7:00pm.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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