Tonawanda News — “Even a night like tonight where Gerald struggled a little offensively, a lot because they double teamed him on every catch, he dominated the game on the defensive end. Nine blocks — those are game-changing plays,” Miranto said. “He had a critical block late in the game and he’s just blossoming into an all-around star.”
The Wildcats had two more players in double figures as Casey Sheehan netted 14 points and North Tonawanda’s Aaron Davis scored 11 off the bench.
Daemen out-rebounded the Spartans 49-43, and Kadeem Johnson finished with a team-high 12 boards while point guard Mark Coppola grabbed nine.
The Wildcats are back in action at home Sunday when they host Mercy College at 3 p.m.