Posted On: 02/18/20 7:32 PM

Ranney entered the opening round of the Shore Conference Tournament with the hope of winning its third consecutive title. Donovan Catholic stood in their way, but the Griffins struggled to produce offense for most of the first half. Junior guard Brian Day did not struggle with his offense as he finished off with a team-high 12 points.

All of his points came from behind the arc, including a half-court buzzer beater to end the first half. Day was able to free himself up on the perimeter, which allowed Elijah Perkins to find him. The sophomore guard finished off with eight assists on the night as Perkins was more of a distributor than a scorer.

Day was also unselfish with the basketball as he rewarded Charles Anyichie for running the floor. The ball rarely sticks in Day's hands on offense and he understands how to position himself on defense. Day covered Donovan Catholic's star Amari Petty with some success as the sophomore was forced to retreat at times due to Day's defense.

Petty did finish up with a game-high 19 points as he was able to slither his way through the lane for some tough layups. Classmate Jaden Anthony was unable to get

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