Bloomfield hosted its final double header of the season with guest Allen.
The boys struck first with Jackson Eisenhauer hitting from the basline after a little over a minute into the game. Allen returned to take the lead with back to back possessions.
Trenton Holz started a rally with a two and three pointer to return the lead back into the Bees' favor. The Bees continued with Eisenhauer dropping another and Holz with a two at the line.
The Bees held Allen scoreless for four minutes until the Eagles fought back with back to back scores. Holz would hit one more time by the end of the quarter to put the boys up by three at the end of the first.
Allen started the second followed by a score by Braden Eisenhauer. The Bees hit a dry spell hitting primarily free throws with a single field goal to finish out the half trailing by four at 24-28.
After a slow start in the third, the Bees got the game rolling against at the 4:00 mark with six unanswered points but trailed by five heading into the last two minutes of the quarter.
Mitchell Mackeprang found the rim for his first of the night with Holz right behind for yet another. Allen hit a half court three to push its lead to four heading into the final stretch.
With a heavy press of strong defense, the Bees started a run of ten points within two minutes of play. Adam Johnson hit for four along with Dade Davis with four points in three seconds. The run put the Bees up by six with four minutes to go.
The Eagles hit a big three followed by Davis on another field goal. Allen went to the line with 1:49 left in the game and down by five. The Eagles made four straight free throws to trail by one. They followed up with another fieldgoal with just over a minute left to take the lead by one.
Mackeprang went to the line following a technical foul which resulted in two points to puch the Bees back into the lead by one. With 0:11 seconds left, Allen headed to the line, but were not able to capitalize. The Bees take a big win at 54-52.
Bloomfield 13 11 13 17 - 54
Allen 10 18 13 11 - 52
Braden Eisenhauer (So) 18p; Dade Davis (So) 12p; Trenton Holz (Jr) 10p; Jackson Eisenhauer (Sr) 6p; Adam Johnson (Jr) 4p; Mitchell Mackeprang (Jr) 4p;