Bishop Lynch defeats Prestonwood 53-48. Lynch will play in the state tourney, going up against JPII in the semi’s. Logan Epes (25 PTS) for Bishop Lynch, and Prestonwood’s Vinny Sigona (19PTS), also a 2022 guard.
OTR Exposure picks Logan Epes as the player of the game. He had the game-high score and captured the win.
Epes scored it efficiently from all 3 levels in this game. The 6’3 senior guard undoubtedly should be on radars of more collegiate programs. He kicked off the 1st half with his trademark side-step toward a 3-point shot, and added multiple off-the-catch shots from beyond the top of the key. In the 2nd half Epps scored in many ways. He scored from the wing area and got himself some mid-range points, as he hit a few turn-around shots from the area. Epes also hustled, as he got fouled on a put-back in the 4th quarter of the game. Epes is a very smooth scorer, who can make it happen off-bounce and catch, from different areas of the floor. Looking forward to seeing Logan Epes and company take on JPII in the semi’s.
Vinny Sigona has been a pleasure to watch play in his final high-school season. Prestonwood couldn’t get the playoff win over Bishop Lynch this time around. Sigona was the 2nd highest scorer of this big-time game, with close to 20 points. Sigona scored the basketball off-the-dribble heavily in the 1st half of the game, that’s how he contributed offensively. The 3rd quarter was when his style of play changed..as he got himself going with a make from the wing, and a corner 3, showing off-ball movement to get to the spot. Sigona finished the game scoring inside, as he got past defenders quickly. He holds a few division-1 offers from Louisiana, and Texas A&M Commerce.