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Avon limits Glastonbury to 45 points but Tomahawks still gets the victory

Ian McDonald had 11 points as Avon allowed just 45 points Tuesday night. But it wasn't enough as Glastonbury prevailed, 45-41.

Ian McDonald had 11 points as Avon allowed just 45 points Tuesday night. But it wasn’t enough as Glastonbury prevailed, 45-41.

AVON, Jan. 19 – Jordan Williams had 15 points while Ian McDonald added 11 but it wasn’t enough as Glastonbury used a brief third quarter surge to hand the Avon High boys basketball team their ninth straight loss with a 45-41 decision in Central Connecticut Conference action Tuesday night.

The visiting Tomahawks led by one at halftime but used a short third quarter burst to pull ahead. Ian Halpin led Glastonbury (6-4) with 16 points. It was the fewest points that Avon has allowed in a single game all year.

The Falcons (1-9, 0-4 CCC Central White) host Farmington (4-6, 1-3 CCC Central White) on Friday night at 7 p.m. in their next outing.

Glastonbury 45, Avon 41
At Avon
Glastonbury (45) James McCabe 2-2-7, Justin Fanelli 1-0-2, A.J. Partee 0-1-1, Jack Twardy 4-2-10, Ian Halpin 5-1-16, Ryan Leahy 1-1-3, Brandon Grant 2-0-4, Sam Pirsig 0-2-2. Totals 15-12
Avon (41) Ian McDonald 3-5-11, Jordan Williams 7-1-15, Bryan LaChance 2-1-6, Jordan Bailey 0-1-1, Darby Comas 3-0-7, Henry Schrencengost 0-1-1. Totals 15-9
Glastonbury (6-4)              8  10  16  11  — 45
Avon (1-9)                         6  11  12  12  – 41
Three-point goals: McCabe (G), Halpin (G) 2, LaChance (A), Comas (A)

 

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