Saturday, 16 October 2010

Guelph 87, Lake Erie College 74

The Gryphs used another three point shooting barrage to claim the victory and the story below talks to the growing leadership role of 6'4" Jonathan Moscatelli who once again had another strong offensive performance.

Gryphs drain long shot to drop Lake Erie College  (Rob Massey Guelph Mercury)

The three-point shot will again be a friend to the Guelph Gryphons this OUA men’s basketball season.

Last season, the Gryphons lived and died by the three-point shot. With the lack of a dominating presence under the basket, they had to rely on the long shot by veteran Jay Mott.

This season, Mott’s an assistant coach and the Gryphs hope to move their attack closer to the basket. But they do so knowing that the three-pointer will always be there for them.

Jon Moscatelli will be counted on to take the majority of the shots from beyond the arc, and he can be deadly from there. Friday, he hit eight of 11 in a game-high, 28-point effort that sparked the Gryphs to an 87-74 pre-season victory over the Lake Erie College Storm of Painesville, Ohio — about 30 miles northeast of Cleveland.

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