iBerkshires Sports On: 08:04PM / Friday June 27, 2014
Drury High's Nick Trombley drives to the basket on Thursday night. Clockwise from top: Mount Anthony and Drury; Bulldogs and Rebels, Mingo's and Pete's Gun Shop. Click on the photos for more images.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Mount Anthony Union High School's Hunter Davis hit a buzzer-beater to give the Patriots a 53-52 win over Drury in a high school division game of the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League on Thursday night.
Mount Anthony (1-0) inbounded the ball at half court with just more than two seconds left in game that saw the Pats of Bennington, Vt., come back from a 25-19 half-time deficit and take a lead, only to fall behind late, setting up Davis' heroics.
Davis scored six points with two rebounds. Ty Champagne led Mount Anthony with 13 points, eight rebounds and two blocks. Damon Burgess scored 13 for the Pats.
Alex Heck scored 22 points with four rebounds to lead Drury (0-1), which got six points and eight rebounds from Justice Marable.
In Thursday's other scheduled high school division game, Burr & Burton of Manchester, Vt., was leading its league debut, 48-47, against the Running Rebels when the the Rebels forfeited the game.
The Bulldogs' Joey Shehadi had 27 points and two rebounds, and Taylor Muench had seven points when play was suspended.
In Thursday's nightcap, Pete's Gun Shop/Maselli & Field defeated Mingo's/Greylock Bowl and Golf, 50-23.
Tim maselli scored 11 points, and Mike Decker and Joe Vareschi each had nine for the winners. Bob Malloy scored six points and grabbed six rebounds for Mingo's.
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