posted on March 03, 2010 10:30
Opening Division 4 regional play on Tuesday the Timberwolves found themselves struggling through the first 3+ quarters against a tough Stockbridge team. The teams battled back and forth in the final frame which took two additional periods to determine a winner. Living Word advanced after a 59-53 2OT thriller at Living Word after not gaining a lead until 1:09 left in the fourth. Stockbridge came in at 3-18, but plays in the Central Lakeshore Conference that has four teams that have earned a record of 70-15 overall this season. The Timberwolves were carried by a strong first half effort from Andrew Borreson while Noah Kegley lit up the gym in the second half. Andrew finished with 17 points (13 in the first half) while Kegley finished with 28 points (24 after halftime). The T-Wolves look forward to their next challenge in Division 4 #2 ranked Sheboygan Christian. "It's the postseason," Coach Aleithe states. "Everybody has a clean slate. Anything can happen!"