Sophomore Kameron Williams scored nine points in the third quarter that allowed Mount St. Joseph finisih off host Archbishop Curley as the Gaels blasted the Friars, 75-42, on Saturday afternoon in East Baltimore.
Dan Nardolilo added 13 points as Coach Pat Clatchey’s squad improved to 8-2 in the young season with the win. The Friars were coming off a 49-47 MIAA B Conference win over Severn on Friday, and the Mount, a 57-32 victory over Loyola in the A Conference.
Williams didn’t score a point against the Dons on Friday, as we was recovering from a bout with the flu, but he regained his offensive prowess on Saturday against the Friars.
“He (Williams) has been carrying the point load for us throughout the season, and he continued it tonight,” said Nardolilo. “Last night we struggled a little but tonight we really had to step it up, and we came together as a team.”
Williams said he was sick yesterday. “Today I came out ready to play. I had to let the game come to me. I couldn’t wait for it like I did last night.”
Ten different players scored for the Gaels. Malcolm Garrison finished with nine after hitting three threes in the final quarter, David Windsor had seven points, and Trey Clinton and Gavin Stephenson finished with six each.
Daxter Miles had 10 first half points for Curley coach Andy Bauer, who toiled for Clatchey as an assistant for 15 seasons. Miles finished with 12 on the day, as the Mount defense kept him in check in the second half.
With the loss, Curley fell to 3-6 on the season.
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|Mount St. Joseph 75, Archbishop Curley 42|
|Mount St. Joseph: Stephenson 6, Lawrence 2, Windsor 7, Clinton 6, Morton 3, Booth 3, Williams 22, Long 4, Nardolilo 13, Garrison 9.|
|Archbishop Curley: Miles 12, Harrison 8, Wade 5, Burton 3, Stinchcomb 6, Stidham 3, McCullum 5.|