NORWICH- Rarely you hear of a team playing the perfect game of basketball.
Yet on Tuesday night, Binghamton did just that as they put on an absolute offensive clinic at Jack Jones gymnasium over the host Tornado.
The visiting Binghamton Patriots left Norwich High School with a commanding 98-58 victory over the Norwich Purple Tornado. All told, the Patriots were absolutely unconscious from the field. Binghamton recorded a staggering 42 field goals in the game, with 11 of those coming from beyond the arc. Adding more to their offensive prowess shown in the contest, the Patriots managed back-to-back 30 point quarters in the second and third periods. Notably, Binghamton managed to have seven different players record double-digit scoring.
As for Norwich, after taking an early 20-19 lead at the end of the opening period the stifling Patriot defense held them to 38 points over the remaining 24 minutes. Purple Tornado senior Keegan Franklin led the purple and white in scoring with 21 points, NHS freshman Steven Dowdall pitched in 11 points and Wyatt Thornton added in 9.