Brunswick trimmed visiting FAA foe Masters by a 63-38 win on Senior Day in Dann Gym on Wednesday. The 25-point win was the largest margin of victory for the Bruins since a 64-35 win over Hopkins back on January 6, 2018.
Trailing 12-7 at the 9:45 mark of the first half, Brunswick (5-14, 4-9) went on an impressive 17-8 run to take the lead at 24-20 with 3:25 left in the frame. Cedric Lafleur capped the run with the final five points, including a three-pointer, as the Bruins took a 28-24 lead into the intermission.
Masters opened the second half with a quick 4-0 spurt, tying the game at 24-apiece at 14:58.
Brunswick responding with a game-changing 19-2, as the Bruins built a 47-30 advantage by the midway point of the second half.
By the 5:34 mark, the Panthers cut the deficit to 47-36 with a 6-0 counter, but Brunswick outscored the visitors 16-2 down the stretch for the decisive Senior Day win.
Colin Mulshine led the Bruins with a game-high 16 points, as Chisom Okpara added 14 and Lafleur netted nine points.
It was the final regular-season home game for seniors Charlie Wall (six points) Charlie Marvin (five points), Ryan Mulshine (two points), co-captain Will Prout and Ben Burns.
The Bruins wrap-up their regular-season schedule with a Valentine’s Day showdown at Greens Farms on Thursday, as the team awaits news of a potential FAA post-season bid.