KENOSHA — Yes, Khalia Anderson’s vision is unlikely for a team that has just four wins this season. But that’s just the kind of person he is.
After Anderson’s workmanlike performance — he had a team-high 16 points and grabbed five rebounds — led the Bradford boys basketball team to a 51-41 Southeast Conference win Friday at Indian Trail in a game the Red Devils led the entire way, Anderson had a confident proclamation of where his team could be headed.
OAK CREEK 41, BRADFORD 33
Montenia Nelson had 15 points, but it wasn’t enough as Bradford lost its fourth consecutive game, falling to host Oak Creek 41-33 in SEC action. ... With the loss, the Red Devils fell to 3-14 overall (1-10 SEC). ... Alexio Rosales had six points for Bradford, which only had one quarter of 10-plus points (13 in the fourth). ... Cordarius Johnson and Cory Jackson had eight points apiece for the Knights (10-9, 6-5 SEC).
KENOSHA — Tremper’s Donzel Riggins is on quite a roll.
With his dominating post presence, the 6-foot-2 junior forward scored a varsity career-high 28 points as Tremper defeated Bradford, 64-55, in a Southeast Conference game Tuesday night at the Bradford Fieldhouse.
Racine Horlick 79, Bradford 54
Racine Horlick rode a 32-point outburst in the second quarter to a 79-54 win over Bradford in an SEC game in Racine. ... Bradford (1-8, 1-4 SEC) trailed 15-14 after one. ... Horlick (5-5, 4-1) got seven points each from Andrew Molbeck and Danny Mosley in the second quarter. ... Alexio Rosales led Bradford wth 14 points while Montenia Nelson added 12.
Leading for a majority of the contest, the Bradford boys basketball team was unable to deliver the knockout punch on Saturday night.
Perhaps all it took was a loss to bring out the best in the Tremper boys basketball team.
Three days after suffering its first defeat of the season, Tremper claimed one of its most lopsided victories in recent memory in steamrolling crosstown rival Bradford 76-46 in a Southeast Conference game Friday night at the Tremper Gymnasium.
Sitting at 0-2, the Bradford boys basketball team made sure its Southeast Conference slate started on a positive note Friday night.
Montenia Nelson had 17 of his team-high 23 points in the second half as the Red Devils built a seven-point lead in the third quarter and held off Franklin 57-54 in the SEC opener at the Bradford Fieldhouse.
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