C-NS boys impressive in win over Henninger

Evans leads mid-game getaway, earns 27 points

— DeMonte made sure that the Black Knights didn't give all of its attention to Evans, earning 17 points. Ronnie Williams had eight reobunds, while Nick Antonello contributed eight points off the bench and McIntyre finished with seven points, four assists and three steals.

Throughout the game, the Northstars' physical defenders frustrated Henninger. Other than Keisean Scott, who had 17 points, none of the Black Knights scored in double figures as Marquane Silvers was held to nine points and Romero Collier had just six points.

Before the game, a moment of silence was held in memory of John Unger, a coach and teacher in the North Syracuse School District for more than 30 years who was the first coach of the combined C-NS boys basketball team in the early 1980s. Unger passed away last Wednesday at age 65. Several members of Unger's family were in attendance for the game.

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