By Robert Jeffrey
Sun Sports Contributor
ONEONTA- During their win over Seton Catholic on Wednesday, the Purple Tornado offense reigned supreme as their offensive efficiency and ball movement was incredible for those who looked on during the team’s most important game to date. However, with Section IV seeding still up in the air and with every game counting for a potential number one overall seed, the Purple needed their offense to show up on Friday night, as Norwich traveled to rival Oneonta. The Tornado proved to be victorious over the Yellowjackets 51-38, but the game remained close for the first two quarters of play.
The Tornado offense started off hot in the first quarter scoring 15 points. The duo of Ky'Sawn ‘Pop’ Veale and Dashawn King aided the Tornado – combining to score 10 points in the opening frame. The Yellowjackets, mustered up nine points of their own to keep the contest within an arm’s length.