continued “I think our game plan was a good one," Schmidt said. "We ran it to a 'T' in the first half, at least four passes for every possession and get an easy shot. We got a lot of easy shots by doing it that way. All of a sudden, we were forcing the issue for no reason.”
Morgan’s impressed his coach with both his scoring (15 points) and his floor game.
“He did a great job for us,” Wleklinski said. “Aaron is one of the few guys we have that can get to the basket with his quickness.”
Haines finished with a game-high 17 points and three blocks. Charlie Russo dropped in eight points. Henry Sullivan led Corcoran with 14 points and Shakem Buckmon notched 10 points.
The winner of Friday's CBA-Proctor game will play either no. 4 seed Oswego or no 5 seed Cicero-North Syracuse in next week's semifinals. The title game is March 4 in the Carrier Dome.