[Steven Buyansky - For Shaw Media]
"I don't think we realized until the [second] quarter was over," Willman said. "We came into halftime and said 'I don't think they scored in the second quarter.' That was cool."
Sean Gingrich scored 13 points, eight in the first half to key an 18-7 halftime lead, and Nyrel Sullivan came off Sterling's bench to add nine. Moore led Yorkville with 11. With guys like Sullivan rounding into shape after a deep football playoff run, Dunn knew what his team was in for Friday.
"They're good," Dunn said. "They're picked to win the other side of the conference, and they have a bunch of kids coming back from football that probably haven't had a chance to practice too much. Give them credit, but we have to make shots. They were there."