KENMORE, N.Y.-Niagara Falls looked like a team with something to prove on Tuesday night against Kenmore West. The Falls lost two straight over the weekend in Rochester.
Niagara Falls took control of the game quickly, scoring the first 14 points of the game, and ended the first quarter with a 20-4 lead. The Wolverines never looked back, going on to win 66-34.
# 10 Jermaine Crumpton led all scorers with 21 points, and had an impressive performance after a tough weekend. Niagara Falls Head Coach Sal Constantino said of Crumpton " The last three games he had 13, 4, and 8. We talked about being more aggressive, and that dunk he had got him going early".
# 3 Vinzell Watkins also added 19 for the Wolverines as they cruised to victory. " The 14-0 run we had to start the game predicated on the defense, when we guard we're pretty good" said Coach Constantino. Kenmore West played the majority of the game without big man # 32 Quinton Campbell who was ejected in the first quarter with a double technical foul. The top scorer for the Blue Devils was #11 Terrell Ford, who ended the game with 10 points.
Kenmore West drops to 10-6 overall, 8-4 in the NFL, Niagara Falls improves to 13-3 overall, and 12-0 in the NFL. Next up for Niagara Falls is Lockport at home on Friday night.