Avon High School trailed by just seven points at halftime, but the Warriors outscored them 42 to 23 in the second half, holding Avon High School to only nine points in the third quarter, which ended with a 19-5 Warriors run. Layman had nine of those 19.
The Warriors overcame 52 percent shooting by Avon High School by winning the rebounding battle 49 to 20, including 25 offensive rebounds. Each team turned the ball over 17 times, but the Warriors had 12 steals to just five for Avon High School, and the Warriors had 13 assists on 32 made field goals, while Avon High School assisted on just three of its 16 made baskets.
Layman handled the bulk of the scoring load for the Warriors, but John Mullane scored 11 points and
Dever Carrison finished with eight points and eight rebounds.
S Marshall led Avon High School in scoring with 12 points, and L Johnson chipped in 10 points, but no other Avon High School players scored in double figures, and the losers missed 11 of 19 free throw attempts for the game. Avon High School pulled even at 30-30 in the second quarter, but was outscored 51-25 from that point on.