2013-01-10 / Sports

Wolves feed on bears


Above, Zach Pomeroy hits two of his game-high 12 points from just inside the arc. 
Joe LeBlanc photo Above, Zach Pomeroy hits two of his game-high 12 points from just inside the arc. Joe LeBlanc photo GARDEN – The Carney Nadeau Wolves were able to keep their undefeated season intact with a win on the road against the Big Bay de Noc Black Bears Monday night. The Wolves shot the lights out, hitting 14 from behind the arc in the win.

Wade Schetter paced the Wolves with a game high 26 points, including four triples in the opening quarter. Behind the aerial attack, Carney jumped out to a 29-14 first quarter lead. The team added 25 points in the second period to control a 54-23 advantage at the half.

Coming off the break, Carney’s starting five pushed their advantage to 39 points, adding 18 more in the third on their way to an 84- 37 victory. Zach Pomeroy led the Bears in scoring with 12 points, Nathan Dalgord added nine, Cole Potvin six, and Bobby Holmberg, Loren Swayer, Brandon Rochefort, Jacob LaFoille and Devin Jensen each hit two points each. Big Bay scored 14-of-40 from the floor; 8-of-15 from the line. In addition to Schetter, Dionte Blahnik added 16 points, Austin Johnson and Keenan Lampinen 15 points each, Jason Dupont eight, Dillion Sandahl three, and Caine Kraus one. With the win, Carney improves to 6-0; the Bears fall to 1-4.

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