Balanced offense gives Golden Eagles close win

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 3, 2014 

John Weg led Ferndale's boys' basketball team to a 70-66 win over Burlington-Edison on Friday, Jan. 3, at Ferndale High School.

Weg was one of four players to score in double-figures, but it was his dunk and five blocks that gave the team a spark.

"With a team as classy as Burlington, it was a good win for us," Ferndale coach Monte Walton said in a phone interview.

The Golden Eagles fell behind 22-15 in the first quarter but Malik Ivory scored 10 of his 14 points after coming off the bench in the second quarter.

"We really got a good team effort today," Walton said. "Our bench really helped out."

Ferndale (4-5, NWC 2-0) travels to take on Sedro-Woolley on Monday, Jan. 6.

FERNDALE 70, BURLINGTON-EDISON 66

Burlington-Edison 22 15 12 17 - 66

Ferndale 15 23 13 17 -70

Burlington-Edison: Blake Dimock 8, Carlos Navarro 5, Rudy Mataya 6, Isaak Davies 16, Blake Rawlins 3, Jacob Kamps 23, Nic Metcalf 0. Team Totals: 23-54 13-20 66

Ferndale: Sky Freeman 0, Daniel Riley 5, Brady Shearer 11, John Weg 17, Carson Genger 2, Kier Munzanreder 3, Malik Ivory 14, Austin Honeycutt 13, Dante Kelly 5. Team totals: 25-54 15-24 70.

3-ptg: Burlington-Edison 7 (Kamps 2), Ferndale 5 (Ivory 2). Rebounds: Burlington-Edison 32 (Kamps 10), Ferndale 36 (Honeycutt 10). Assists: Burlington-Edison 12 (Davies 4), Ferndale 16 (Honeycutt, Kelly 4). Fouls: Burlington-Edison 15 (Mataya), Ferndale 12. Turnovers: Burlington-Edison 13, Ferndale 14.

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