Wednesday, January 30, 2013

BOYS BASKETBALL: Cheltenham sends message at Wissahickon

Montgomery Media / SCOTT ROMAN Wissiahickon’s Chris Carradorini makes a pass during Tuesday night’s Suburban One American Conference game against Cheltenham.
It’s about time Cheltenham got some respect and if beating Wissahickon on the road, along with a laundry list of impressive wins, doesn’t get them some, I don’t know what will.

With sole possession of second place in the Suburban One American Conference on the line, the Panthers marched into Wissahickon’s gym and showed the Trojans who’s boss in the form of a 57-44 comprehensive win. Led by Aaron McGlawn’s 23 points and a stout defense, Cheltenham put first-place Norristown on notice that they are coming. Quickly.

“Winning here is tough,” Cheltenham coach Brian Johnson said. “We had a little dip [in form] on Friday, but what really impresses me is the character of these kids to turn around and play good solid basketball on the road. We’ve had battles with this team over the years and it’s a big win.”

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