Despite trailing by as many as 16 points, top-seeded Brewster (30-2) battled back against third-seeded New Hampton (25-9) to secure its second consecutive NEPSAC Class AAA crown. Terrell, the Weymouth product and Oklahoma State signee, scored 14 points and recorded five steals, including two pivotal thefts late in the second half that helped spark the Bobcats to their first lead. “We couldn’t panic being down big early,” said Terrell. “We just stayed focused and played hard. That was what won us the game.” Jarred Reuter added 4 points and Donovan Mitchell scored 15 points to earn game MVP honors. New Hampton was paced by Elijah Bryant’s 18 points, while Syracuse commit Tyler Lydon and Princeton signee Mike LeBlanc each had 10 points, and Colorado-bound Tory Miller tallied 14 points.
Brewster Academy 68, New Hampton 63
Sunday, Mar. 2, 2014, at New Hampton
Updated: Sunday, March 2, 2014, 8:38 p.m.