REVERE 76, GREEN 59
Revere junior guard Zack Weidrick scored a season-high 21 points to lead the Minutemen (7-5, 3-3 in the Suburban League) to their sixth consecutive victory.
"Zack is really doing a good job of making good decisions, playing within himself, being patient and letting the game come to him," Revere coach Dean Rahas said. "I'm really pleased with the things he's doing out there."
The game between Revere and Green (4-6, 2-4) featured an unusually high amount of fouls. Green was charged with 33 fouls, and Revere was charged with 20. The Bulldogs sank 14-of-20 foul shots, and the Minutemen made 36-of-52 free throws.
Weidrick, who also plays quarterback for the Revere football team, nailed nine-of-11 foul shots.
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Revere junior guard Zack Weidrick drives past Ben Pollock of Green on Friday night. Weidrick made nine-of-11 free throws on his way to a season-high 21 points during Revere's 76-59 win over Green.