Playing their third game in four days, the boys basketball team was looking for a victory on the road to end the week. The Eagles took on the Mishawaka Cavemen in Northern Indiana Conference play in The Cave.
Adams, fresh off the victory from the night before looked to continue the win streak. Both the Eagles and Cavemen kept it close in the first quarter, but in the second quarter Adams began to run away, outscoring Mishawaka by 10 points in the quarter. Throughout the second half, the Eagles maintained the lead, eventually taking the win 67-58. The win kept Adams at fourth in the NIC as the conference race heats up as the season begins to wind down.
Sydney Jefferies had an impressive game with 20 points and making 8 pf 12 free throws. Shak Johnson scored 16 points and was 4 for 4 with his free throws. Chuck Worsham ended the night with 12 points, Quentez Columbus scored 8 points, Lynn King had 6 points, Bryce Martens scored 3 points and Ben Foster had 2 points.
The Eagles now have a record of 9-11 for the season and are 6-3 in the NIC.
Adams will play at Bremen on Tuesday night and then host SB Riley on Friday night in a special game commemorating the legacy of the South Bend Central Bears.