by Dean RaymondCorrespondentCuyahoga Falls -- The Walsh Jesuit boys basketball team ran their winning streak to five games with an impressive 58-33 victory over Cleveland Lincoln-West Jan. 13 in boys high school basketball action.Keys to the Warrior win were some hot shooting and a great defensive effort.The Wolverines (0-11) led only once in the game at 3-2 on a three-point goal by senior center Michael Johnson with 7:06 remaining in the first quarter before Walsh Jesuit (6-4) went on a 13-0 run and led 15-3 when junior guard Collin Shea sank a 15-foot jumper with a nice assist to junior forward Joe Bowers at the 1:46 mark.The Warriors led 17-5 after eight minutes of play before they slowly began to pull away from Lincoln-West.The second of five triples on the night for senior forward Graysen Petersen-Fitts put the Maroon and Gold ahead 31-13 with 1:44 left in the second period.Walsh Jesuit would lead 33-17 at the break.The closest the Wolverines would get in the second half came at 42-28 when Johnson canned two free throws with 34 seconds to go in the third quarter.The Warriors led 44-28 after three.Walsh Jesuit then scored the first five points of the fourth period, including four from junior guard/forward Mike Lynch to lead 49-28 with 6:28 remaining in the contest."We played really hard tonight," Warrior head coach John Norris said. "Everyone did their job. It's tough after a week off. Graysen and [junior guard/forward] Adam Hinkle played really well for us. Graysen has the ability to score and we got him the ball a lot. He was hot. Adam has the ability to make plays and he is very athletic. A big key to our turnaround after a 1-4 start is we have improved defensively. We have learned that you have to make stops to win games."Lincoln West was just 9-of-49 from the field for 18 percent but 12-of-20 at the line for 60 percent, including 5-of-6 in the fourth period. Walsh Jesuit converted on 24-of-51 attempts from the floor for 47 percent, including 15-of-29 in the first half and swished home 2-of-5 free throws for 40 percent.The Warriors also had an advantage in three-point goals 8-3.Johnson led the Wolverines with 15 points, including seven in the third quarter while Fitts (17 points, including all 11 of the Walsh Jesuit points in the third period) and Lynch (11 points, including seven in the first quarter) paced the Warrior offensive attack.E-mail: stowsports@recordpub.comPhone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3113