|EC"S UPTEMPO GAME PAYS DIVIDENDS IN SPLIT|
|Written by Jim Buchberger|
|Monday, January 28, 2013 5:43 PM|
COLUMBUS, Ind. – East Central boys basketball gained a two-game road split, and, possibly, a little more respect along with it, last weekend.
Now 7-8 overall, coach David Disbro’s varsity Trojans rallied in the second half for a seven-point loss at Class 4A sectional rival Columbus East (9-2) Friday night, 66-59.
EC put together a 15-0 first-quarter run en route to a 64-46 runaway at North Decatur (3-11) Saturday.
It wasn’t the perfect weekend, but Trojans will take it as a sign of their continued improvement.
"We scored 19 points in transition in both games, which is something we've been trying to do more," said Disbro. "We're doing a pretty good job of getting the tempo up. Our zone has been bothering people and we've been challenging perimeter shots a lot better."
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|Last Updated on Monday, January 28, 2013 6:46 PM|