Nick Czarnowski dominates paint in Naperville Central win

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THE SKINNY

Right from the start, the Redhawks used their size to overwhelm the Rams behind a double-double from senior center Nick Czarnowski.

TURNING POINT

Ending the first quarter on a 13-2 run, Naperville Central (5-1, 2-0 DuPage Valley) ran away from Glenbard East during what Redhawks coach Pete Kramer called his team’s best first half of the year.

THE STAR

The Hillsdale College-bound Czarnowski turned in game-highs in both points and rebounds with 16 and 13, respectively. In helping the Redhawks build a 36-13 halftime lead, he ended the first half with a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

BY THE NUMBERS

Ryan Antony was the lone other guy in double figures for Naperville Central with 11 points, which included beating the first-half buzzer with a three-pointer. JaRon Hall had a team-high 11 points for Glenbard East (1-6 0-2 DuPage Valley), which only had five field goals in the first half.

QUOTABLE

“Everybody was flowing. I mean, we were moving the ball around really well. We had good (ball movement). I think the ball was going inside (and) I was bringing it right back out. Pat (Maloney) and I were both scoring and our shooters were hitting their shots.” – Czarnowski

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