Marcus Harris

Defense, perimeter shooting leads Lansdowne boys basketball to big win over Kenwood

Defense, perimeter shooting leads Lansdowne boys basketball to big win over Kenwood

One game after Lansdowne senior DaQuan Williams scored his 1,000th career point, his biggest play didn’t come on a made basket in the host Vikings’ 73-44 victory over Kenwood Wednesday night.

It came in the first quarter with the Vikings trailing 7-2.

He grabbed an offensive rebound and fired a pass to Luke Tucker beyond the arc and Tucker drained a three-pointer with 4:27 left.

Williams’ first basket, 30 seconds later, tied the game at 7-7 and his three-pointer gave the Vikings (7-6) a 10-9 lead with 2:20 left in the first quarter.

After Kenwood’s Jakeem Hailey scored with 33 seconds left in the quarter, the Bluebirds (6-10) led 11-9, but Williams...