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In his words: Northrop senior guard Bryson Scott

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Hot Spartans left Bruins wondering early on

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 - 2:26 am

Northrop senior guard Bryson Scott spoke with The News-Sentinel following the Bruins' impressive boy's basketball victory over Homestead on Tuesday.

On the big third quarter (Northrop outscored Homestead 27-12):

“We just came out and executed offensively. First half, we didn't really get the ball moving a lot. So, we got the ball moving, started executing, started making our shots and blew the lead open.”

On Homestead's first half shooting:

“I was like just scratching my head because the guys off the bench were coming in and giving them good minutes, coming in and banking big shots. We just wanted to come out the third quarter and try to get three stops and three scores and try to go from there.”

On Homestead's Caleb Swanigan:

“That big guy (Swanigan), he's massive down there. It takes about three or four guys to block his shot. Him and (Nick) Gamble, they are a god combo. It's hard but we pulled it out and we did our best.”

On picking up the pace in the second half:

“We always want to push the ball from the start of the game til the end of the game, but when we started seeing the lead, we want to try and pull back and to let them foul us and come to us so we can get to the basket and do the things we do.”

On ending the three-game losing streak:

“It feels good because we went on a losing streak there for a second, and we just wanted to come out here and get our moral going because we just wanted to get a 'W' under our belt. We are going to try to win on Friday, get our energy up so we can into sectionals with our heads right and our energy good.”