By Bob Kopp

Special Correspondent

MACHESNEY PARK – Scoring 18 points against Hononegah as the Bucs hosted the Indians on Belvidere’s Senior Night on February 20 to lead a dramatic 44-43 season series sweep of the Indians, he led all scorers again with 18 points on Friday’s Senior Night at Harlem as the Bucs hammered the Huskies 44-26 in a game far more lopsided than the final score to complete a three-game season series sweep.

Head Coach Aaron Pearson was not flagged for piling on by one of the NIC-10’s premier officiating crews as he emptied the bench at the end of the third quarter and cruised into regionals hosted by BHS beginning on Tuesday, March 3.

Seniors Ryan McKnight and Colton Bahling directed traffic as the Bucs dominated the Huskies at the end of every quarter (12-2, 26-9, 38-16) before being rested along with the rest of the starting rotation for regionals.

Senior Ron Paris chipped in with 10 points as the supporting scoring cast of sophomore Austin Revolinski (6), senior Alex Hernandez (3), junior Deante Barnes (3), senior Kurtis Dimond (2), and senior Dominicke Gayles (2) coupled with the Bucs notoriously tenacious defense were never threatened from the opening seconds of the first quarter.

Coach Pearson and his assistants Nate Lister, Bob White, and Brandon Codina have resurrected a strong basketball tradition in Belvidere.  Bringing the first ever NIC-10 title to Belvidere in 2012-2013, this year’s Bucs now sport the second best conference record in Belvidere basketball history.

You can catch the Bucs this coming Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. as they open regionals against a very dangerous Freeport.

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