Grant and Luton Propel Men’s Basketball

Richard Grant moves the ball in a game last season.
Richard Grant moves the ball in a game last season.
Penn State York Men's Basketball faced a quick turnaround after Friday night's win over Williamson College of the Trades, but that didn't seem to slow the team down during a 90–66 win over Davis College Saturday afternoon, November 11.
Junior Richard Grant (York, Pennsylvania / Susquehannock High School) had a monster game, recording a double-double with 23 points and 12 rebounds. Junior Justin Luton (Baltimore, Maryland / Newton High School) also had a double-double for York, with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
For the second game in a row, sophomore Joey O'Dwyer (Baltimore, Maryland / Dulaney High School) made 5 3-pointers, recording 17 points off the bench, as Coach Parrish Petry was again able to spread the minutes around.
As a team, Penn State York shot over 50% from the field and enjoyed an advantage on the boards and in points in the paint. York also recorded 24 assists to Davis' 10, and managed to limit turnovers to just 10.
With the back-to-back wins, Penn State York improves to 2-1 on the young season. York returns home to take on Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Wednesday, November 15 at 7 p.m. before opening their conference schedule with three straight Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference games on the road.