Posted On: 11/18/20 7:30 AM

ECS opened its 2020 season with the 68-56 win over Center Hill (4-1) Tuesday night.

Here are the quick hits from the game.

With not much depth, Center Hill was competitive against the Eagles.

The Mustangs were without their starting point guard Jabarri Stigall, starting center Calvin Dockery, who was averaging 12 rebounds per game in the team’s first four games and sophomore forward Denver Kiner. Center Hill was also without junior point guard Jhamal Ross and guard Daeshun Dunn, who are waiting to be cleared by the MHSAA.

Yet, the Mustangs were very competitive on the road against ECS. Center Hill built a 21-11 lead in the first quarter before the Eagles started to make shots from the field and free throw line. Foul trouble put a strangle hold on the Mustangs’ aggressive way of playing defense. As a result, ECS had a strong third quarter, making five 3s to build a 57-46 lead.

On the brighter side of things, senior wing Kaeden Laws did a good job of being the team’s floor general. He made big, timely shots for Center Hill, along with senior forward Zandon Haralson.

Laws led the team with

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