GREENVILLE -- For the small crowd that saw the Greenville-Brookstone game on Friday night, a nap may have been more productive than watching the turnover riddled game. For the final eight minutes of action, there was certainly no reason to catch a breather.
The Patriots struck late in the game thanks in large part to a pair of freshmen. Kentavious Caldwell (pictured) scored eight straight points in a minute and a half stretch, converting on back-to-back three-pointers and a steal that led to a lay-up.
The 6-foot-3 guard led the charge with 17 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four blocks as well as playing great defense down the stretch on Brookstone's top scorer Will Bailey, a 6-3 freshman.
"He wants the other team's best scorer because he wants to shut them down," Carter said. "He's really aggressive for as young as he is. He's athletic and such a great competitor and he plays with great intensity. We're lucky to have him because he's going to be a great, great player."
Bailey led Brookstone with 18 points and was equally as impressive as