Leuven Bears walst over Bergen in BNXT League

Joshua Heath and Leuven Bears remain in the running for Elite Gold. — © BELGIUM

Brilliant victory for Leuven Bears in the Mons Arena on Friday. The team of coach Eddy Casteels won the four quarters against Bergen and therefore triumphed with convincing 71-93 figures. With 6 out of 12, the people of Leuven remain in the running for Elite Gold and a place in the top 5. For the Hainaut, that top-5 is far away after a seventh defeat.

Patrick Ceulemans, Ludo Hendrickx

The opening quarter was for the visitors. Thibault Vanderhaegen and Brevin Pritzl unpacked with some bombs and Eddy Casteels’ men ran from 0-8 over 10-17 to 18-25 after the first quarter. Mons could only counter it with a few timid attempts by Igor Mintogo. In the second slide it was the Leuven American Kevaughn Allen who unleashed his devils. With 16 points, he was the driving force behind the ten-point bonus halfway through the game. (37-47) Mons had rebound dominance, but was unable to convert that into points.

The Brabanders continued to dominate in the third quarter and flirted with the twenty-something. (44-62) A weak Mons underwent the match and could not make a fist.

After three quarters of the game, the victory for Leuven Bears was almost within with 50-69 on the board. Coach Casteels continued to urge his troops and the home team was played in a complete heap by Brevin Pritzl, Nick McGlynn and Kevaughn Allen. At 62-83, the twenty-something was a fact.

Bergen-Leuven Bears 71-93Quartz: 18-25 19-22 13-22 21-24

Bergen: Moore 11, Mintogo 12, Braxton 9, Gravilovic 10, Zubac 0, Neri 0, Harris 10, Vrabac 11, Mortant 8

Leuven Bears : Heath 5, Pritzl 21, Allen 23, Vanderhaegen 16, Mc Glynn 15, Fulkerson 4, Bucumi 2, Kherazzi 2, Stilmant 0, Snyers 5

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