Three-point shootout goes against men’s basketball at No. 10 York

Photo by Joy Cheatham
Photo by Joy Cheatham

YORK, Pa. – The Wesley College men's basketball team fought hard against 10th-ranked York but dropped a 76-64 decision to the Spartans on the road in a Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) clash Wednesday night.

Both teams were on fire from 3-point range. Wesley went 15-for-32 (46.9%) from 3-point land while York knocked down 17-of-46 (37.0%) shots from beyond the 3-point line. Both teams connected on nine 2-point field goals apiece in the game.

Wesley held the narrow 36-33 advantage over York heading into halftime but couldn't hold on to the lead as York started pulling away from Wesley in the final four minutes of the game.

The CAC's leading scorer Brian Cameron led all players with 20 points, his sixth game with 20 or more points in the last seven games. Cameron was 8-of-18 from the field and 4-of-9 in 3-pointers. Cameron also reeled in five rebounds and dished out three assists.

Mychal Stefanides and Evan Anderson each tallied 13 points respectively in the loss. Anderson led the team with eight rebounds and added two assists. Stefanides handed out six assists, pulled down five rebounds and recorded three assists.

George Cook chipped in with nine points, going a perfect 3-for-3 from 3-point land, and notched four assists.

Matt Scamuffo had 19 points for York.

The Wolverines (9-11, 5-8 CAC) will return to Wentworth Gymnasium on Saturday when they host the St Mary's Seahawks in CAC action. The game is scheduled to start at 3 p.m.