Posted On: 01/16/19 10:02 PM

Both Newsome and Tampa Bay Tech played on back to back nights and it showed in the first half with the home side Titans leading 27-23.

However, the second half was much crisper as Tampa Bay Tech started to pull away midway through the third quarter to earn the 64-47 victory on Wednesday night.

Here are five takeaways from the evening.

Jamarcus Robertson is gritty

Falling hard in the opening quarter, that didn't stop 2019 Tampa Bay Tech guard Jamarcus Robertson from playing through pain, who posted a game-high 15 points. At his best when he puts his head down and attacks the rim, the physically fit senior is a leader by nature. Robertson rarely seems tired and his ability to create on his own will go a long way for the Titans.

The overall team speed from Tech is impressive

Athletes seem to be all over the court for Tampa Bay Tech whether it is Robertson and 2019 starters David Cexil, Gavin Antoine and Ashtin Dore. 2021 trio Ronnie Johnson (10 points), Henry Hughes and Zion Green give the Titans even more speed and development to work with. The rotation and fresh bodies that Tech employs works very well

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