2017-02-23 / Sports

Davison boys push past Flint Powers Catholic

By Brandon Pope
810-452-2651 • bpope@mihomepaper.com


Davison’s Logan Tersigni drives into the lane and looks for the pass. 
Photo by Brandon Pope Davison’s Logan Tersigni drives into the lane and looks for the pass. Photo by Brandon Pope FLINT – The Davison boys’ basketball team met with an old rival last Thursday to earn another win within the Saginaw Valley League-South at Flint Powers Catholic, 77-67.

Davison jumped on the Chargers early, 22-16, and continued that pace into the half, 41-31. The Cards dropped a bomb in the third with a 20-8 spurt and went on cruise control in the fourth, as Powers went on a 28-16 run.

Powers did a solid job of hanging in there, however, often hitting a key 3-pointer just as Davison was on the cusp of breaking the game wide-open.

“Tonight was probably one of our most well-rounded games from an offensive standpoint,” said Davison coach Robert Hatten. “We were able to score inside and outside as well as convert against their full court press and variety of half court defenses. Our guys really executed well tonight. I am proud of how they continue to get better each game and different guys are stepping up every game. This was a great team effort.”

Drew Fleming knocked down 13 of his 17 shots from the floor to rack up 26 points while Austin Roland poured in 22. Logan Tersigni added 10, Noah Dieterle had seven, Nick Densmore put up six, Garret Goyette had four and Jacob Chittle added two.

“Tonight, our intensity level was high and that led to us doing a tremendous job rebounding the basketball, taking several charges and winning the majority of the loose ball battles,” added Hatten. “All 11 guys are really locked in, energetic and focused right now. It’s a lot of fun.”

Davison travels to a Saginaw Valley League crossover opponent today.

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