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Windsor Express derailed 125-100 by Sudbury on Sunday

Five offence capitalizes on high-scoring first quarter
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Jeremy Harris picked up 10 points in the first quarter to help propel the Sudbury Five to a 125-100 win over Windsor on Sunday.

The Windsor Express rolled into town on Sunday for a match against the Sudbury Five and found themselves going home with a loss.

The Five, looking for payback after their April 20 loss, derailed the Express and sent them packing 125-100.

The first quarter saw Sudbury storm out onto the court already on fire. Led by Jaylen Bland’s 22-point first-quarter performance, which included making six of 10 three-point attempts, the Five earned 63 points in the opener to Windsor’s respectable 47.

No points or any other data were recorded in the second quarter. Since it seems unlikely no buckets at all happened during the second, Sudbury.com has reached out to the NBLC for clarification.

The third quarter saw the Express rack up 33 points to the Five’s 32. Braylon Rayson led the charge in the quarter, earning 11 points and going three for four on three-pointers. The quarter ended with Sudbury up 95-80.

The final quarter once again saw Sudbury take charge, scoring 30 points to Windsor’s 20. 

Once again, it was Bland leading the way for Sudbury, picking up 11 points, which included three three-pointers. Jason Calliste was also strong in the quarter, earning 10 points.

The game ended 125-100 for Sudbury. This improves the Five’s record to 10-9, putting them in third place in the league. Windsor sits next, but well behind the Five. 

Sudbury is back in action at home on Thursday when the KW Titans come to town. Sudbury will be looking for revenge, having fallen to the Titans on April 21.