In Boys Basketball, The Adams Eagles and Mishawak Cavemen had played each other 116 times, but on Tuesday, it was the first time as non conference opponents. The rivalry was just as intense as the past decades however. On Tuesday night, despite a score in the first half, the Eagles came out victorious, defeating the Cavemen 62-52.
During the first half, Mishawaka built a lead on Adams, leading at the half. The Eagles came out of the locker room in charge during the second half through. Adams outscored Mishawaka 19-5 in the third quarter and held that lead for the remainder of the game to secure the win.
Quentez Columbus led Adams in scoring with 22 points over the Cavemen. Lynn King added another 15 in the winning effort.
Chuck Worsham and Tommy Snyder both scored 6 points each, Brayden Saxton scored 5 points, Sidney Jefferies scored 4 points, and Harry Jeffers and Jessie Morgan scored 2 points each.
Adams improves its record to 19-1 for the season and will close out the home schedule for the season on Friday versus SB Riley.