Baltimore City College tops Cape 73-63

Vikings split two games at Salisbury holiday tournament
December 30, 2013
Cape senior Tyreik Burton goes strong to the hoop in the Vikings' 73-63 loss to the Baltimore City College Black Knights in the Governor's Challenge at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center Dec. 28. Burton scored 21 points in the contest. BY DAN COOK

Cape had already slain one giant in the Governor's Challenge, but couldn't knock down two, as they fell 73-63 to Baltimore City College Dec. 28.

Cape crawled into contention at halftime trailing 39-36 behind Tyreik Burton's 15 first-half points and a beastly 10-point performance from big man David Kwan.

But 6-4 senior Omari George led a three-guard attack with 27 points to keep the Black Knights in front, cruising home to a 73-63 victory.

Cape was paced by Tyreik Burton with 21 points, giving him 51 over two games, and a second-place finish in the three-point shootout on his off night between games. Jon Warren had 17 points, while David Kwan had a career-high 14.

Cape returns to the courts Tuesday, Jan. 7, when the Vikings host Sussex Central.

Welcome to The Cape Gazette Archive.
This content is provided free of charge
thanks to our sponsor:

Close ad in...

Close Ad