Baltimore Hawks emerged victorious 117-105 against Salisbury Bulldogs on Sunday on the strength of Dishawn Bradshaw, who scored 27 points. On a three-pointer from Bradshaw, Baltimore Hawks secured their lead in the third quarter.
Putting up a 55-35 lead at the half, Baltimore Hawks scored points early in the game.Baltimore Hawks solidified their lead with a late-game surge, scoring a game-high 37 points in the final quarter on the strength of a 27-7 run. Both Baltimore Hawks and Salisbury Bulldogs played hard, with 23 and 25 personal fouls, respectively.
Bradshaw shot well from the field, making 40% (6-for-15) of shots attempted as well as 45% (5-for-11) of threes attempted. He also was successful from the line, making 91% (10-for-11) of free throws attempted.
Paris Carter (23 points) and Jarwand Rheubottom (23 points) each sunk multiple three-pointers. Eian Davis achieved double digits, scoring 10 points for Baltimore Hawks (5-for-7). Also contributing for Baltimore Hawks were Brandon Davis (9 points, 7 rebounds), Jaquan Jones (9 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals), Mike Holden (3 points, 5 rebounds), Akeem Echols (3 points, 1 rebound), Melvin Jones (2 points, 1 rebound), and Evan Carver (2 points, 1 rebound). Rheubottom was a big defensive contributor as well, racking up seven rebounds and two steals.
Baltimore Hawks finished the game with 63 rebounds (23 offensive / 40 defensive), one block and nine steals.