[Sarah Minor - For Shaw Media]
The Dukes (9-5, 2-1) shot 8-for-18 from the beyond the arc, as Angelo Martucci, who had 11 points and six boards, and Nate Shockey also sank treys. Cohn’s final three gave the Dukes a 28-11 lead early in the third quarter.
“Erik is a better shooter than David,” York coach Vince Doran said. “I’ve said that from Day 1.
“He can really get it going and he has at key points this year for us. When he shoots it, everybody feels pretty good because he’s got a real nice stroke and he’s gaining confidence.”
It’s clear the Dukes have confidence in Cohn, who is in his second varsity season.
“For sure,” Kosich said. “Any time I’m driving I’m looking for him or ‘Shock.’
“We’ve got a lot of outside shooters. Drive-and-kick is a big part of our offense.”