Emaciated Stony Point Boys Ignore Trouble, Defeat Westwood in Key District 25-6A Victory

Facing a team-wide illness that sent two starters out of action and facing one of the toughest road games in District 25-6A playing Friday night in Westwood, Stony Point showed why he was at the top of the local poll Class 6A American Statesman. from the start of the season.

After getting 25 points off stellar post Josiah Moseley and forcing the Warriors to make several losses at various stages, the Tigers led from start to finish in a 44–38 win as they went to 5–0 in the county game, stating in the process on his 20th victory of the year. .

“We knew there would be more responsibility on me, Tiki[Morina]and Uzzia[Bantina]with two guys out and we knew a strong start would be important,” said Moseley, who also had double-digit rebounds and four blocks. -shot. “This is a big win that we want to repeat as district champions and it was a really big test against a team that could have been the second best team in the district.”

Every time Westwood (16-8, 3-2) threatened to turn the tide in the second half, the Tigers had a response.

Stony Point's Josiah Moseley played the rebound at the end of the Tigers' 44–38 victory over Westwood on Friday night.  Moseley finished with 25 points, double-digit rebounds and four blocks. "This is a big win that we want to repeat as district champions." he said.

As the Warriors went 24-23 in the third quarter, Stony Point used all-court pressure to create losses and push their lead into double digits. And when Westwood cut the gap to 40-36 with less than three minutes to play, Moseley’s spin en route to the basket stopped any momentum for the Warriors, and the Tigers made key defensive stops throughout the stretch.

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