For the second day in a row, the boys basketball team competed in a special basketball game. On Saturday, the Eagles played in the Organ Donation Classic at Mishawaka High School taking on Indianapolis Scecina. The game was rescheduled from earlier in January but was cancelled due to a winter storm.
It was all Adams on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles took the very early lead over the Crusaders. Adams was up 12 on Scecina after just the first quarter and held the Crusaders to just 9 points in the second quarter. The Eagles had a 25 point lead at the half. With the victory secured, the Eagles soared to a 76-55 win.
Three players for Adams scored in double digits. Both Ben Foster and Shak Johnson scored 19 points each. Foster also scored three 3 point baskets and was 2 for 3 from the free throw line. Johnson was 7 for 10 from the line. Quentez Columbus scored 10 points for the Eagles as well. Sydney Jefferies scored 7 points, Chuck Worsham and Sydney Jefferies had 6 points a piece, Kyrin McClatchey had 5 points, and Lynn King and James Williams both had 2 points.
The Eagles have one more regular season game on Friday night when they host New Prairie for Senior Night.
The Organ Donation Classic raised funds and awareness for organ donation in Indiana. For more information on becoming an organ donor or helping support the Indiana Donor Network visit https://indianadonornetwork.org/