The Eagles (30-2) led by 10 much of the game before the decisive stretch to start the final period.
“We like to play fast. We get a whole bunch of points off the fast break,” Grace Brethren leading scorer Michael Lepzem said. “It seemed like they were getting real tired and we were just gaining so much momentum, and it was great. It just felt, from that point on, that we had this game in the bag.”
The Eagles had four players score in double figures, led by 18 points from Lepzem and 15 from Desmond Brogsdale.
“We kept the pressure up on them. We wore them down after awhile, you could tell they were worn down,” Grace Brethren Coach Tony Cabbagestalk said. “We think our conditioning got them at the end. They started getting tired, so we were planning to push the ball up more and more on them.”