Williams eclipsed double figures in 17 of 21 games this season, scoring a season-high 20 in a 33-minute effort at Pfeiffer, where he finished 7-of-15 from the field, 3-of-4 from the 3-point line and pulled down five rebounds.
The Tornados (4-17) received 19 points each from the scoring trio of Levi Lamb, JaMarquis Johnson and senior guard Stevie Williams. Both Johnson and Williams finished 7-of-16 from the floor, while Lamb closed out the game hitting 6-of-12.
Brevard converted 25-of-52 (48.1%) from the field in the game and was successful on 13-of-24 (54.2%) from 3-point range. The 13 treys are two off the season high for the Tornados, which came when they hit 15 two games ago against Pfeiffer.
The Tornado defense put together an impressive performance, becoming just the second team this season (Maryville) to hold Pfeiffer under 100 points in a game. Brevard forced nine steals in the contest, receiving two each from Hopper, Turner and Levi Lamb.
JaMarquis Johnson, who converted 8-of-13 from the floor and 3-of-5 from beyond the arc, led four Brevard players in double figures with 22 points. He was joined offensively by the combination of Cannon Lamb (17 points), Levi Lamb (16) and Turner (10), who helped Brevard finish 33-of-65 (50.8%) from the field and 8-of-10 (80%) at the free throw line.
Levi Lamb capped off the game by leading the Tornados’ offense with 18 points, while Williams added 13. Lamb finished 7-of-12 from the floor, hitting 3-of-7 from the 3-point line, while adding two steals and two blocks. Williams topped double figures by hitting 5-of-9 from the field and climbed the glass for a team-best seven rebounds.
For the second time this week Brevard’s Levi Lamb connected on a game-winning 3-point shot, this time hitting buzzer beater that took down visiting N.C. Wesleyan 78-77 at Boshamer Gym on Sunday afternoon in men’s basketball action.
Sophomore Levi Lamb led the way for the Brevard offense with 21 points, knocking down 7-of-13 from the field and 6-of-9 from 3-point range. Lamb, who topped the 20-point mark for the first time this season, was also active with four rebounds, two steals and two blocks in the contest.
The Brevard men’s basketball team looks to use momentum gained from a 79-78 victory in the closing seconds of the game over USA South West Division leader Maryville on Thursday evening this weekend in a series of home games against William Peace and N.C. Wesleyan.
With the clock winding down and Maryville holding on to a two-point lead, sophomore JaMarquis Johnson drilled a 3-pointer from the left wing with 3.9 seconds remaining to give Brevard the 79-78 win over the Scots in men’s basketball action on Thursday night.
Brevard (2-9) is looking for its second win in as many games at home, after posting an 87-78 victory over Berea on Jan. 3. The Tornados suffered a pair of setbacks since that point, falling 63-57 at Ferrum and 72-56 at Piedmont.
Brevard was led by the play of JaMarquis Johnson, who finished with 13 points and five rebounds, and Stevie Williams who tallied 12 points. Johnson finished 5-of-13 from the floor, knocking down three 3-pointers along the way, while Williams was 3-of-7 from the floor and 3-of-4 from beyond the arc.
Williams led the way for the Brevard offense, scoring a team-high 17 points after hitting 7-of-13 from the floor and 3-of-4 from beyond the arc. He was joined in double figures by Shelby Parris, who ended the game with 12 by virtue of 5-of-13 shooting from the floor.
JaMarquis Johnson poured in a game high 22 points, while grabbing 10 rebounds, and teammate Levi Lamb finished with 13 points and 10 caroms as the Brevard men’s basketball team earned an 87-78 victory over visiting Berea at Boshamer Gym on Wednesday evening.
Freshman Divese Carson, who finished with 18 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the floor, was one of six Brevard (1-7) scorers to top double figures. He was joined by Cannon Lamb (15), Stevie Williams (12), JaMarquis Johnson (11) and Jonas Bradshaw (11).
The Tornados (1-6) were led offensively by the combination of Divese Carson (22 points), Levi Lamb (16), Stevie Williams (15) and JaMarquis Johnson (14). The group helped Brevard finish 30-of-65 (46.2%) from the floor and 14-of-29 (48.3%) from beyond the arc.