(February 21st, 2015) – EVERGREEN: Surges in the second and third quarters allowed for the visiting Eagles of Fayette to put the contest out of Evergreen’s reach on Saturday, February 21.
Fayette more than doubled the Vikings’ total score, defeating the non-conference opponent 50-24.
The contest began as a close one. Fayette was able to close out the first frame with a 10-8 lead. From that point on, the game belonged to the Eagle boys, entirely and completely. They took control in the second period, stifling the Viking offense with a 13-4 run. At the half, the boys of Fayette were ahead 23-12.
Coming out of the locker room, the Eagles continued their assualt. They took the third quarter 11-7, giving themselves a 15 point advantage heading into the games’ final period. In that last stanza, Fayette did not allow Evergreen to make up any ground. In fact, they expanded their lead to 28 points during one juncture of the quarter. The Eagles ended up closing out the contest on a 16-5 run, securing the 26 point win.
Koby Biddix was a big part of the reason why Fayette won so convincingly. Knocking down 4 of his 5 three-point attempts, the Eagle senior scored 16 points. Juniors Alec Bost and Tristan Bates each contributed 9 points in the win as well.
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