The score went back and forth early. Then midway through the first half John Marshall’s offense under Michael Hurt took off as they were able to get to the basket and make shots.
John Marshall pushed the ball down the floor and looked to score baskets in transition.
John Marshall’s Michael Hurt came up with mid-range jump shots and layups.
At halftime the score was John Marshall 49, Riverside 34.
As the second half got underway John Marshall continued to push the ball down the floor and score baskets in transition.
Riverside struggled to shoot the ball throughout the game.
Michael Hurt continued to come up with huge baskets in the second half.
John Marshall continued to struggled to shoot in the second half.
John Marshall came away with the 90-72 victory over Riverside.
The leading scorers for Riverside were Terrence Lewis with 21 points and Curtis Carlos with 19 points and George Dixon with 13 points.
The leading scores for John Marshall were Michael Hurt with 35 points and Matthew Hurt with 18 points and Isaiah Walden with 17 points.