Salem To Face Mt Vernon Tonight
Coming off a surprising 46-41 loss to the upstart host's, the Rams will be looking for someone to take it out on as they enter play at 8pm tonight.
For Salem, they can build off of the play of point guard Alex Phillips, who despite the game being well in hand, took the ball to the basket and scored a game-high 17 points in a 68-37 loss to the Collinsville Kahoks.
Salem will need to find another ball handler to take the pressure off of the senior, and that could be 5-10 junior Donte Rush, who despite not playing much with the ball, did show signs of explosiveness in spurts.
Listen online tonight or on 100.1 FM WJBD beginning at 8pm with Bill Hawley and Toby Gullion.
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