Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Jones drops 27 in Beachwood’s win over Geneva

BEACHWOOD–Junior Moe Jones got hot in the third quarter and led Beachwood to a 63-52 win over visiting Geneva on Friday.

Jones drained four 3-pointers and scored 16 of his game-high 27 in the second half as the Bison turned a 28-24 halftime lead into a comfortable league win.

After being held scoreless in the second quarter, Jones scored 11 of Beachwood’s 15 second-quarter points and carried that momentum into the second half.

Dalanti Jackson scored six of his 10 points in the final 16 minutes as well. Jalen Minter and Daryl Houston both contributed to the win with eight points.

Vinnie Varckette led Geneva with 19 points and Brandon Smith scored 15 for the Eagles.

Haley Adams
Haley Adams is a 2016 graduate of Cardinal High School. She is currently in her third year at Hiram College with a major in Communications and a minor in Writing. Haley, a three-sport standout at Cardinal, has participated in many athletic events at Hiram and plans to become a sports broadcaster.

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