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Sunday November 17th, 2013

Posted at 9:02pm

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Windsor continues on the winning track. Despite the uninspiring loss, the Express got right back to work Sunday afternoon. They faced the new-to-league Brampton A’s and handed them their second loss. Windsor won 93-77.

Stefan Bonneau contributed 27 points and 5 assists in the win. Kevin Loiselle had 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Windsor scored the opening basket, and followed it up a little later with a big dunk by the big DeAndre Thomas. The Express rolled on with some offense from Stefan Bonneau. A buzzer-beating three-pointer from the A’s narrowed the gap though before the end of the first quarter.

Windsor started the second with back-to-back threes. However, Brampton caught up. After that, it was nearly basket for basket. The two teams exchanged leads until the end of the half. Windsor would go up by a few baskets. The Express were then able to stop Brampton’s late rush. They led 50-44 at halftime.

Kevin Loiselle landed a great dunk against the A’s. He then ran back to block their return shot. The Express’ continuous offense extended their lead. With one quarter to go, the home team was up 72-61.

In the fourth, Windsor held strong defensively. The Express followed up on rebounds and kept the pressure on the A’s. Eventually, they built a lead too big to overcome. They played hard and earned 93-77 victory over the new Brampton A’s.

They’re back on the hardwood this Thursday, November 21st to take on the Summerside Storm.

Though Brampton is a fresh team, they have a 4-2 record, beginning the season with 4 straight victories.

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