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The Bulls were run out of Pasco County and out of the postseason Thursday night.
By IZZY GOULD
Published February 16, 2007
NEW PORT RICHEY - The Bulls were run out of Pasco County and out of the postseason Thursday night.
Bloomingdale broke down between the first and second quarters, Ridgewood's big men woke up and the Bulls were suddenly wiped out in a 62-41 loss in the region quarterfinal.
"We came out and got out to a good start in the first quarter," Bloomingdale coach Josh Chapin said. "Then we just fell apart."
The Bulls opened with a convincing first quarter capped by a last-second shot from Brian Wright that appeared to set the tone with an 18-9 lead.
But Bloomingdale 17-12 could only find six points in the second quarter as Ridgewood (25-3) went on a 17-6 run to take the lead for good on two points from Alvin Satram.
The Bulls were led by 16 points from Callum Townsend and 11 from Tommy Brown, but couldn't overcome scoring from nine Rams, including 14 points from Lukas Poderis and 13 each from Jeremy Killinger and Mike Lawrence.
"For some reason we decided we didn't want to execute anymore," Chapin said.
"It hurt us. We let them get back in the game, momentum shifted and it was too late."