By JACK HILL III
ST. JAMES - Every time St. James boys' basketball team put the game in question, Flint Hill had the answer.
The Huskies used four crucial 3-pointers for an 80-67 Mid-Atlantic Athletic League victory over the Saints Wednesday afternoon.
"Flint Hill shot the ball pretty doggone well," said St. James coach Wayne Ridenour, whose team falls to 4-5, 2-2. "They were a little bit more aggressive than us at the beginning of the game. Every time we made a run, they stuck us with a 3-pointer from God's country. Sometimes, it's pretty tough to deal with the 3-point shots. Our players didn't quit. We were still hustling at the end of the game."
When 6-foot-9 senior center John McBride scored a bucket and junior point guard Keith Forst canned a 3-pointer to start the third quarter, the Huskies (10-2) had stretched its lead to 44-28.