Sunday, January 20, 2013

BOYS BASKETBALL: Wissahickon uses big fourth to beat Upper Dublin

Montgomery Media / BOB RAINES Upper Dublin's Andrew Carber takes a shot over Wissahickon's Gordon Bentley during Friday's Suburban One American Conference game.
Wissahickon knew coming into its Suburban One American Conference match up with Upper Dublin that the Cardinals’ home crowd was going to be a factor. It even helped them through three quarters. However, as Rasheed Wallace once said, “Ball Don’t Lie.”

The Trojans can, in fact, ball.

Wissahickon used a huge 25-point fourth quarter to make up for the first three, downing rival Upper Dublin, 50-41. Led by Chase Wilson’s 10-point final period, the 7-1 Trojans turned a possible loss into a big win, hitting big shots and attacking the lane.

“For me, coming to Upper Dublin is always one of the toughest places to play,” Wissahickon coach Kyle Wilson said. “I couldn’t be prouder of our guys. They knew Upper Dublin was going to come out with energy. This game was how a Wissahickon-Upper Dublin game should be. We feel fortunate to come out with a win.”

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