Curtis Leads Wolves in Season Finale
February 25, 2012
Deshawn Curtis scored 12 first half points and team mate Jason Sabb added 10 to lead the Wolves to a 39-33 halftime advantage. However the Warriors held true to their name and battled back to out-score the Wolves in the second half 44-27, en route to a 77-66 victory.
Curtis ended the game with a season highs 21 points and 14 rebounds to record his second double double of his career.
Brandon Baylor added 17 points while team mate Jason Sabb scored 16 points while grabbing 15 rebounds.
East Stroudsburg was led by the trio of Duane Johnson, Russell Graham and Terrance King who scored 22, 19 and 17 points respectively.
Cheyney struggled shooting the ball in the second half. The Wolves made nine of 33 attempts. The Warriors hit back to back three pointers to start the second half and erase the Wolves lead. The Warriors were nursing a one point lead midway through the second half, when they went on a 10-4 run to bring the lead up to seven, 64-57. A three pointer by Baylor with just over two minutes remaining brought the Wolves within four but ESU made 7-8 free throws in the final minute to secure the victory.