There’s no place like home, right?
For awhile, "home" seemed to be the most uncomfortable place to be for the Western Reserve Academy boys basketball team.
Despite some early hiccups, nothing felt better for the Pioneers than being "homeward bound."
Host Reserve cruised to a 92-63 victory over Willoughby Hills Cornerstone Christian Academy Tuesday at the Murdough Athletic Center gymnasium. With the win, WRA improved to 3-2 on the season.
The Pioneers trailed by nine points in the second quarter. However, Reserve put all matters to rest when it outscored the Patriots 54-29 after halftime.
Sophomore Chris Livingston continued to fill up the cup for WRA. He finished with a game-high 40 points to go along with 11 rebounds, five assists and four steals.
Twin brother Cordell Livingston contributed 17 points, four assists, three rebounds and three steals and senior Dimitrije Radusinovic had 10 points, five rebounds and three assists.
Also faring well for the Pioneers were sophomore Cam Baker (eight points, four steals and three rebounds), Mikey Mylott (eight points, three rebounds, two blocks and two assists) and junior Trevor Wood (seven steals, five points, five rebounds and three assists).
"Trevor played his all-around best game in a Reserve uniform," WRA head coach Thomas Adams-Wall said.