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Riley’s offense dooms Elkhart Memorial

Maxwell hits six 3-pointers in Crimson Charger loss at North Side Gym.

By Ken Fox
Posted on Feb. 4, 2014 at 10:49 p.m.

ELKHART — Reonte Lawrence scored 25 points and grabbed six rebounds, as South Bend Riley defeated Elkhart Memorial 67-64 in boys basketball Tuesday, Feb. 4.

Memorial’s Cameron Maxwell hit six 3-point shots and led the Crimson Chargers with 20 points. Tra’vion Qualls added 15 for Memorial, while A.J. Gary chipped in 14.

Jamare Washington backed Lawrence with 14 points and eight rebounds, while JaQuan Walker added 11 points.

South Bend Riley 67, 

Elkhart Memorial 64

Riley — Maurice Scott 9, JaQuan Qalker 11, Micah Williams 1, Miquan Patton 0, Jadon Grundy 0, Reonte Lawrence 25, Jshua Hodge 6, Jamare Washington 15. Totals: 24 18-34 67.

Memorial — Dimitri Giger 4, Cameron Maxwell 20, Austin Miller 6, A.J. Gary 14, Mikal McGuire 2, Jon Bailey 0, Rashad Murphy 3, Tra’Vion Qualls 15. Totals: 24 6-11 64..

Scoring By Quarters

Riley — 19 17 13 18 — 64

Memorial — 15 14 21 14 — 67

3-point goals: Riley (1) — Lawrence; Memorial(10) — Maxwell 6, Gary 2, Qualls 2.

Rebounds: Riley(32) — Washington 8; Memorial (27) — Qualls 7, Giger 7.

Assists: Riley (5) — Scott 2; Memorial (12) — Maxwell 3, Miller 3, Gary 3 ..

Turnovers: Riley 11, Memorial 19.

Total fouls: Riley 15, Memorial 24 .

Records: Riley 8-5, Memorial 6-9.

Next: Warsaw at Memorial Friday, Feb. 7.

JV: Memorial 48, Riley 45. Top scorers: Memorial — Deante Dalton 19. JV records: Memorial 11-4.



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