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Warriors prove to be too much for Eagles
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Morrison’s Bradan Haggins is guarded by Sam Rivers during their Tuesday game in Centertown. Morrison struggled to score against the Warriors, losing to Centertown by 18. - photo by Taylor Moore

Centertown kept winning on Tuesday with its boys team having a similar run as the girls.
The Warriors doubled up Morrison as Centertown earned a victory at home, 36-18.
Centertown’s John Porter Prater was the high scorer in the game with 13 points, followed by teammate Tyler Adams with 12.
Isaiah Robledo was the top scorer for Morrison with 10.
Centertown started the game hot and took an early lead. Centertown created plenty of turnovers and Warrior Tyler Adams drained a couple 3-pointers that rattled Morrison. Similar to the girls game, the Eagles struggled to make a shot.
Morrison’s Kristopher Robledo was the only player to score in the first half for the Eagles. Meanwhile, the Warriors kept scoring to take a big lead going into the half, 19-5.
Finally, Morrison started scoring in the third quarter even though it was mostly free throw points. Morrison’s Isaiah Robledo scored all of his team’s points in the third quarter with four of the six points being foul shots.
Centertown’s defense was scrappy and didn’t allow Morrison to score from the floor.
That trend continued in the fourth quarter with five of Morrison’s seven earned points coming from foul shots. Unfortunately for the Eagles, those points weren’t enough to catch up to Centertown.
The Warriors won their second game of the night 36-18.

John Porter Prater 13, Tyler Adams 12, Hayven Jones 4, Sam Rivers 4, Connor Williams 3

Isaiah Robledo 10, Kristopher Robledo 5, Trayce Ashford 2, Braxton Gibbs 1