— freddie matthis (@Lidvision) February 10, 2016
Once upon a time, Crosby’s basketball team was once thought to be the only team that could give the No. 1 Hearts any kind of real resistance this season.
And with 6-foot-10 center John Riddick out for two weeks with a back injury, maybe the Bulldogs would have the help they’d need to…
Hahaha. No, never mind. It was still Showtime in Waterbury.
The No. 7-ranked Bulldogs lost to the No. 1 Hearts 91-66, which extended Sacred Heart’s 42-game win streak against Connecticut opponents.
Mustapha Heron dunked about a half-dozen times — as Fox61’s Freddie Matthis so deftly displayed in his game footage above — including a(nother) 360 dunk, teammate Tyrn Flowers, who took over Riddick’s spot in the paint, had a bunch of dunks and a few sweet rejections (see more Matthis footage, below) and the Valley Trotters continued their inexorable march to the NVL and Class M championship.
Heron had 31 points. Flowers had 26.
There’s no stopping this team.
But you knew that.
A video posted by Freddie Matthis (@lidvision) on Feb 9, 2016 at 7:42pm PST