Sport Wildcats winning streak extends to four

19:11  08 december  2017
19:11  08 december  2017 Source:

Wildcats win ends Breakers' NBL streak

  Wildcats win ends Breakers' NBL streak Perth Wildcats have won their first NBL game in New Zealand for four years, and ended the Breakers' nine-game winning streak with an 89-73 victory in Auckland.The competition leaders were out-shot and out-rebounded by second-placed Perth, led by an outstanding effort from Jesse Wagstaff who drained four three-pointers in the final quarter.

The Moncton Wildcats continued their winning ways Wednesday evening at the Moncton Coliseum defeating the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 2-0. Jordan Carroll making his Wildcats debut scored the game winning goal in the third period while Allain Saulnier added an insurance goal.

Perth Wildcats have extended their Australian National Basketball League (ANBL) winning streak to four games with an 88-79 victory over Adelaide 36ers at Perth Arena.

Wildcats winning streak extends to four© Paul Kane/Getty Images Wildcats winning streak extends to four Perth Wildcats have extended their NBL winning streak to four games with an 88-79 victory over Adelaide 36ers at Perth Arena.

The win was also the Wildcats third in a row against the other teams that made up the top four on the NBL ladder at the start of this round.

It came on the back of consecutive away victories over New Zealand, Melbourne and Brisbane.

The Cats 10-0 run to start the game set the tone early.

Adelaide's poor offensive performance didn't help and was made to look worse by another solid defensive display by the reigning premiers.

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The Bulldogs won four of the first nine points, leading the Wildcats to take a timeout. Try as the Bulldogs might, though, the home team did not have an answer for Andrew Boeckman. The freshman tore off two aces and two kills to rev the Cats to a 14-9 lead.

The Wildcats rapped out 14 hits, seven in a decisive third-inning rally, to win the opener 12-1 in seven innings, then made the most of just four hits in taking the nightcap 7-1. PRCC (9-1) increased its winning streak to six game in besting the Cougars (0-6), who opened their season with a

The 36ers managed only 34 points in the first half, their worst opening this season.

It didn't help Adelaide that Mitch Creek left the court with a suspected glute injury just a minute after the contest started and didn't return.

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December 12, 2015 - It was a big night on the road for Topeka, Wichita Falls and Bismarck as they all extended their winning streaks . The Wildcats opened the scoring in the 1st period on a goal from Andre Pison.

It was McIntosh’s highest scoring output since the team’s win over La Salle. Given his recent shooting struggles (28.8 percent from the field in his last five He also chipped in with a game-high seven assists. After a rocky start, the Wildcats took control of the game, leading by as many as 41 points.

After trailing 45-34 at half-time, Nathan Sobey dragged his side back in to the game in the third term. He hadn't scored to half-time, but added 10 points for the period.

Daniel Johnson also started to hit the scoreboard regularly and finished with a game high 21.

The margin got back to as low as three points midway through the term and only four points separated them going into the final term.

While that margin was reduced to two when Majok Deng opened the scoring in the last, the Wildcats had not lost a game this season after leading at the final break.

And they still haven't.

Just four minutes into the final period Adelaide had reached five team fouls and Perth made the most of the advantage.

They scored 12 points from free-throws in a very long final quarter (and 23 for the game) - which included two trips to the line courtesy of technical fouls - to win the term by five points and the game by nine.

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Northwestern-Purdue rapid reaction: Wildcats extend winning streak to five with 23-13 victory. New, 23 comments. The defense was stout on third down and Clayton Thorson was sharp in a strong overall performance.

The Tigers ran for 284 yards and did not throw a single pass en route to a 56-27 win over the Canadian Wildcats in a Class 3A Division II state semifinals to extend their winning streak to 31 games. Gunter quarterback Daylan Bower ran for four touchdowns in the state semifinal win over Canadian.

But it was a three-pointer from Jesse Wagstaff to make the margin 12 points with just over three minutes left on the clock was the clincher.

The loss leaves the 36ers without a victory against the other three sides making up the top four - Perth, Melbourne and New Zealand. They can remedy that when they host the Breakers on Sunday.

Perth has a chance to return to the top of the NBL table if they can win away to Illawarra on Sunday.

Perth coach Trevor Gleeson applauded his team's defensive effort and contributed an important win to it.

"You have to cash that in, when you win on the road, otherwise if you lose back home after you've won on the road, you're not taking advantage of the hard work you've done," he said.

"It was pretty scrappy.

"I love our grit and defense. That won the game for us because we weren't sharp with the ball.

Adelaide coach Joey Wright said losing Mitch Creek so early hurt, but other factors cost them any chance of victory.

"We gave them every opportunity to be successful," he said.

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Brisbane struggled early in the year, losing six of their first nine games. But in a tough NBL schedule, they have managed to improve that record to 7-8.The Bullets ended a period of playing six games in 16 days with a win over the Perth Wildcats, in Perth.


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