Host Centreville got a combined 32 points from Hayden Stauffer and Sam Todd Friday night o lead the host Bulldogs to a 66-52 boys basketball victory over Bangor.
Stauffer and Todd helped Centreville explode out of the first-quarter starting blocks by scoring 14 of their team’s 20 points through the first eight minutes.
The Bulldogs stretched a seven-point cushion following the first quarter to a lead of 38-20 by halftime and never looked back.
“We did a good job of moving the ball around on offense and taking advantage of the opportunities available to us,” Centreville coach Mike Hunter said.
“Defensively, we came out a little more aggressive than we have been. That created the opportunities for us to secure the win.”
Stauffer tossed in a co-game-high 18 points for Centreville and grabbed nine rebounds, while Todd chipped in with a 14-point effort that included a pair of 3-point baskets and seven assists.
Trenton Kingdig added eight points and six rebounds for Centreville, teammate Nick Weber tossed in six points, dished out three assists and grabbed three rebounds. McClain Lemings added five points and three rebounds. Justus Chupp (4 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists), Kyzer Bowen (4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists), Ross Hunter (4 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists) and Noah Hutchinson (3 points) rounded out the scoring for Centreville.
Weber knocked down four 3-point shots en route to a team-high 18 points for Bangor.
Bangor 13 7 9 23 — 52
Centreville 20 18 10 18 — 66
Photos by Chris Carpenter