Friday, January 13, 2006
By Jason Brown
There are several obstacles that teams must overcome in order to improve on their accomplishments. The Scotties from Bordentown were participating in their fourth Burlington County League Patriot Division game of the season and Westampton Tech was the next team on their schedule. Bordentown would be looking to extend their winning streak to two games in a row after their loss to division leading Burlington City, a team that continues to stand in their way. The Scotties’ defense took control of this game but their offense would be the reason they won it. Three players finished in double figures as Bordentown posted an 82-38 win over the Panthers.
Bordentown had started out their season winning the first four games on their schedule. Burlington City has been that team that always bring up the intensity level of the Scotties making it a must see game when they meet on the court. So when it was the first of two games Westampton Tech would play each other, the Scotties didn’t waste anytime scoring points with their fast pace play. By the time the half ended, Bordentown owned a 46-13 advantage and were able to cruise the rest of the way. Jonathan Kohler scored a game high 24 points, Sam McDuffie added 14 and Donnell Hayden chipped in 14 points for the Scotties. Lance Albritton led the Panthers with 9 points.