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Memorial falls to Riley despite McGuire’s 24

Memorial loses to Riley
Posted on Jan. 30, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.

SOUTH BEND — South Bend Riley grabbed a nine-point first quarter lead and went on to defeat Memorial 76-65 on Tuesday in boys basketball action.

Markese McGuire scored 24 points for the Crimson Chargers while grabbing seven rebounds and adding three assits. Freddie Rhodes and James Hershberger each scored 10 for Memorial — now 6-9 on the year.

Torreay Harris led a ballanced Riley attack with 18 points while Micah Williams had 16, Brock Cosey 15 and Ja’Mare Washington 13 points and nine boards for the Wildcats (10-4).

Memorial shot just 23 percent in the first half (7-30) and trailed by 10 at the half.

SB Riley 76, Memorial 65

Memorial — Freddie Rhodes 10, Dimitri Giger 9, Cameron Maxwell 3, James Hershberger 10, Michael O’Toole 0, Markese McGuire 24, Darien Williams 3, Evan Anderson 6. Totals: 23 12-18 65.

Riley — Torreay Harris 18, Micah Williams 16, Miquan Patton 0, Brock Cosey 16, Thadius Phillips 5, Keyshawn Winbush 0, Reontre Lawerence 9, Joshua Hodge 0, Ja’mare Washington 13. Totals: 24 21-26 65.

Scoring By Quarters

Memorial 10 15 20 20 — 65

Riley 19 16 21 20 — 76

3-point goals: Memorial (7) — Rhodes 3, Hershberger 2, McGuire 1, Williams 1; Riley (7) — Williams 2, Harris 2, Cosey, Lawrence, Phillips.

Rebounds: Memorial (24) — McGuire 7; Riley (33) — Washington 9.

Assists: Memorial (11) — Rhodes 3, McGuire 3; Riley (9) — Cosey 4.

Steals: Memorial (7) — McGuire 3; Riley (3) — Harris 2.

Turnovers: Memorial 7, Riley 11.

Total fouls: Memorial 20, Riley 15. Fouled out — Anderson.

Records: Riley 10-4, Memorial 6-9.

Next: Memorial at Warsaw, SB St. Joseph at Riley, both Friday.

JV: Memorial 42, Rilely 32. Top scorers: Memorial — Jailyn Rhodes 10.


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