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Bears make second-half run to take control of MIL race
January 19, 2014 - Robert Collias
The Maui High gym was packed Saturday — most of them have been this season for MIL boys basketball — and Baldwin used a 12-point advantage in the third quarter to beat the Sabers 61-46.
A couple paragraphs from my story for Sunday morning's paper:
Baldwin forced 25 turnovers, eight in the third quarter when the Bears outscored the Sabers 23-11 to break away from a tie at halftime.
"That's always the game plan - to pressure the ball, go full-court man and just constantly create turnovers and get a run on," said Baldwin's 6-foot-2 senior forward Teva Eldridge, who finished with a game-high 17 points.
Another busy MIL Saturday capped by a thoroughly entertaining game.
The Bears are alone in first place, but King Kekaulike, Lahainaluna, and Maui High are all within two games with six to go in the regular season.
We will keep up with all the pertinent games.
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