That was something that Georgetown-Ridge Farm wasn’t able to do very much in the second half.
The Buffaloes were just 1-of-9 from the field in the fourth quarter and they were 3-of-20 in the second half.
“We didn’t finish,’’ Georgetown-Ridge Farm coach Adam Latoz said. “We missed a couple of easy layups and offensively, we settled for the 3-pointers too much.
“We didn’t have good enough ball movement to get the ball inside.’’
While ball movement was a problem for Georgetown-Ridge Farm, it was the strength on Saturday for Oakwood.
The Comets didn’t have a player in double digits, but they had seven players with five or more. Skyler Slade, a 6-foot-2 center, led Oakwood with nine points, he also had three of his team’s 11 assists.
“That’s one thing that we’ve been talking about, if we move the ball and we share the ball, they have to respect all of us,’’ Robinson said. “If we got one guy scoring all of the points, they only have to shut down one guy.’’
Other leading scorers for Oakwood were Lee Mascari (8), Parker Lee (7), Kyle Girton (7) and Jeremy Watson (7). Lee was selected for the all-tournament team.
Rylee Goodwin was the only player in double figures for either team with a game-high 14 points, while Dylan Bina had seven points and seven rebounds. Goodwin was as an all-tournament selection.