Posted On: 03/6/21 11:55 PM

Montgomery Bell Academy (16-2) knows what it feels like to win the big one, again.

It felt like 2010 all over again for Big Red head coach Kevin Anglin as his team defeated Brentwood Academy (20-4), 72-51, to win this season’s Division II-AA Boys State Tournament Championship.

Anglin, in his 18th season, now has two state titles as the head coach of MBA.

Here are 3 takeaways from the Big Red’s win over the Eagles.

Anyone can get hot for MBA

Senior guard Miles Versa was the one who led the offense in the Big Red’s quarterfinal win at MUS, with 17 points on 6 of 12 shooting. Sophomore forward Joshua Roberts was the only who led the offense in MBA’s double-digit win over Knoxville Catholic in the semifinals round, with 12 points, eight rebounds, three blocks, three steals and one assist.

In Saturday’s championship game, senior shooting guard Will Montana led the offense, with 25 points on 10 of 12 shooting, which included going 5 for 7 from deep.

This was probably one of Montana’s best offensive performances of the postseason. As talented as the 6-foot-4 shooting guard is, his number hasn’t had to be called in the past

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