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Orangeville Keeps Rolling, Win Second Straight over Windsor, 110-104

April 8, 2016 - National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada) - Orangeville A's News Release

Orangeville was firing on all cylinders tonight. A's forward and Player of the Game Richard Amardi finished the game with 27 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. A's forward Justin Moss also had an effective game for the home team, collecting 12 points and 11 rebounds.

After last night's dominant win in Niagara (125-116), the Orangeville A's (11-23) were set to host the Windsor Express (18-15) at the Athlete Institute. The A's currently sit 3 games behind Niagara in the Central Division standings.

Tonight's 1st quarter was highlighted by strong individual performances from both sides, seeing Orangeville forward Richard Amardi and Windsor forward Kirk Williams Jr. score 12 and 13 points respectively. Williams Jr. eventually finished with a team high 21 points. The A's would move on to take a late 1st quarter lead of 5 points, 27-22.

Following a strong opening quarter the A's encountered scoring difficulties in the 2nd and were outscored 32-20 by the Express. The A's were having trouble from long range, managing to go 0/5 as a team during the 2nd. The A's were able to minimize the damage before the half, closing out the 2nd with a 7 point deficit, 54-47.

It was an up and down game for the A's today, after finishing the 2nd half on a flat note they were able to outscore Windsor 35-28 in the 3rd quarter. Much of the A's success came from the red hot shooting of A's guard Dominic Cheek who went 4/5 from the 3PT line in the 3rd quarter. Cheek would finish the game with a respectable 17 points and 4 rebounds.

Tonight's game came down to the wire, seeing the A's lead by just 1 point with 1:33 remaining, 102-101. A's forward Richard Amardi had a massive block in the paint during the final minute of play, helping the A's stave off a late Windsor attack. A's forward Justin Moss also came through in the clutch during the 4th, tallying 10 out of his total 12 points on the night. Orangeville would eventually finish the game with a 6 point advantage over Windsor, 110-104.

Key Game Notes:

- A's forward Richard Amardi continued to make his scoring presence known, leading the A's in that category over the last two games (27 points tonight, 19 points last night)

- A's guard Dominic Cheek had an efficient night from 3PT, going 5/9 on the evening

- The A's were dominant on defence tonight, holding the Express to 43.0% FG and 31.7% from 3PT

Up Next:

4/15/2016 - Orangeville A's vs. Niagara River Lions (Home) 7PM

After a back-to-back set this weekend, Orangeville will have a full week of rest before their next game against Niagara on Friday. Join the A's as they look to ride their momentum down the stretch and heading into the post season. For more info and to get tickets to next Friday's game, head to and!

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