Late surge propels AC boys past Cougars

Sandy Creek's Brendan Lipovsky shoots against Adams
Central's Tevin Anderson Tuesday night in Fairfield.

FAIRFIELD — The Adams Central boys basketball team enjoys its fast-paced offense. The more shots the Patriots can take, the better for the team.

But on Tuesday, AC's shots were not falling.
The Patriots shot 36 percent (20-for-55) from the field, but a strong second half led Adams Central to a 57-42 victory over Sandy Creek.

"In my opinion, we didn't give 100 percent in the first half. There were a lot of 50-50 balls and rebounds that we put one hand on and not two and didn't really go for it," said AC head coach Zac Foster. "We had more purpose going down the stretch."

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