Bowen also finished with a double-double as he was dominant in the paint. The All-Star candidate finished with 14 points and 11 rebounds, four of them coming on the offensive end.
“We had 32 assists for the weekend [combined with 17 Friday night at Huntington North] and that is just fun basketball,” McCauley said. “The stats don’t lie. We got to the line 18 times so we were attacking the rim. We out-rebounded them. This was just great, unselfish basketball.”
A total of five players finished in double figures for Kokomo. Persons finished with 11 and is now 26 points short of scoring 1,000 for his career. Matthews finished with 10 points and five steals while Demarius Warren had 13. The biggest cheer was saved for senior Jordan Eley, who connected on his first career 3-pointer late.