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Park View jayvees trounce Southampton / February 06, 2019
The Park View jayvee boys basketball team hosted their counterparts from Southampton High School Friday evening and once again came away victorious, winning their 16th game of the season for head coach Dakota Mitchell by a final score of 64-36.

Park View center Adam Crabel won the tip and the Dragons scored first as Jaheim Lewis nailed a trey early in the contest. Justin Clary got a trey of his own at the 5:20 mark and PV found themselves in the lead 6-0.

The Indians struggled offensively in the opening period and didn’t score until N. Yeary hit a trey at the 2:50 mark to get his team into the fray. Park View went on to score five more points in the frame while holding Southampton scoreless to end the first leading 11-3.

The struggles continued for the Indians into the second period as their first two points came at the free throw line. The trouble was they needed eight attempts at the stripe to get those two points. Southampton ended the frame with 10 points with W. Wallon nailing a deuce at the buzzer.

Meantime for the Dragons, L. Richey and TJ Alexander each scored six points and A. Crabel and J. Fadool added a deuce each as Park View took a 27-13 lead to the locker room for intermission.

The Indians started to find their range in the third period and were able to cut into the Park View lead. The Indians tallied 14 points in the frame with J. Reed accounting for six, and Wallon adding another five points to his team-high 11. For the Dragons, the firepower was provided by J. Lewis with three, E. Fadool with five and J. Smith with a deuce to account for all 10 Dragon points.

Park View got their offensive mojo back in the fourth and poured in the points. The Dragons used a balanced scoring attack and romped to a 26-9 victory in the frame. Almost every Dragon got into the act with points coming from everywhere. Scorers were J. Clary (5), J. Lewis (3), A. Crabel (2), K. Malone (2) J. Fadool (2), E. Fadool (5), TJ Alexander (2), A. Gardner (4) and T. Hawkins (1). The Indians posted nine points in the frame and the final score ended up at 61-36 with Park View taking the win.

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