Bulldogs blaze past Walden

Burgin junior point guard Micah Dunn had 10 points in the Bulldogs 76-29 win over Walden Tuesday night.

Daarik Gray
Herald Staff
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    Most coaches would worry about how their team would play after not having a game for over two weeks, but Burgin Head Coach Don Irvine wasn’t concerned after his team had a great week of practice. The strong practices led to a strong game Tuesday night as the Bulldogs rolled to a 76-29 win over the visiting Walden Wolverines.

    “I probably would have worried coming in, except last week we probably had our best week of practice. I thought we came out fresh,” said Irvine.

    The Bulldogs looked ready to go early, jumping out to an 11-0 lead before Walden got on the board nearly five minutes into the game. The lead was extended to 26-8 by the end of the first quarter and 50-20 by halftime.

    Burgin, who was led in scoring by Tommy Lopresto with 21 points,  stepped up the defense in the second half, holding the Wolverines to only nine points.

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