Thursday, January 15, 2009

Article from Fox 31

A pair of Eagles broke school-records on Tuesday night
By Brian PerkinsWednesday, January 14, 2009 at 10:16 p.m.
ALBANY -- Sherwood Christian's record-breaking night on Tuesday was a team effort.
A pair of Eagles broke school-records in a 75-41 victory over Windsor on Tuesday night. Cameron Williams, who broke the single-season rebounds record one week ago, set the school's record for career rebounds on Tuesday night.
"Cameron set the school record with 195 rebounds, and that's just 14 games into the season," head coach Matt Ruta said. What makes Williams' mark so impressive, is that this is his first season at Sherwood Christian.
Wesley Pittman also set a single-season mark with his 52nd three-pointer of the year. "He's shooting 40 percent on three-pointers, so that's not a bad percentage at all," Ruta said. "Again, that's in only 14 games of the season."
While Pittman and Williams will have their names in the record books, Ruta said the team takes pride in the marks.
"We didn't talk about it before the game, but the guys have been keeping track with them," Ruta said. "You could just tell down the stretch that they were just trying to get them the ball and trying to set screens for Pittman," he said.

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