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BREMEN â€” Up 18 points at halftime, LaVille coach Michael Edison warned his team that historically-scrappy Bremen was capable of a big second half-run. He was right.
Bremen clawed back and trailed by five with 3 minutes remaining, but LaVille put the game away at the free throw line in a 47-36 victory.
â€śBremenâ€™s only won one game, but theyâ€™re the type of team that battles,â€ť Edison said. â€śIâ€™m proud of our guys for their composure. Itâ€™s easy when things are going well, but itâ€™s about how you react when things arenâ€™t going well. I was happy how they finished the game off.â€ť
Bremen got off to another slow start, trailing 21-6 in the in the first quarter.
â€śYou make your own breaks, and I think we almost broke ourselves in the first quarter,â€ť Bremen coach Kyle Hanyzewski said. â€śThere arenâ€™t a lot of NBA teams who are going to recover from a 21-point first quarter. But I told them if they did what we talked about, they could get back in the game, and they responded. We just ran out of gas because we got into such a deep hole.â€ť