While George Washington was Elmore-or-bust for much of the game, Wheeling Park (3-1) got contributions from everywhere as five players reached double figures.
Goodwin-Rowe led the charge with 16 points followed by Reinbeau with 15, Chalmer Moffett with 13 off the bench and Sasseen with 10, to go along with Bledsoe's contribution.
Moffett provided a nice spark for Park, especially in the third quarter as he scored seven points while Park turned a two-point halftime deficit into a two-point lead heading into the final period.
"It's nice to have two pretty good, solid big guys," Jebbia said of Moffett and Bledsoe. "And Toddy played an excellent basketball game today. I think the first couple of games this season he was kind of pressing on himself a little bit - he just went out and played today."
Dominik King added 13 points for GW (3-2) and Chris Kay chipped in with eight as the two combined to knock down five 3-pointers.
But while Elmore's scoring stats look nice, it doesn't directly lead to wins, and Greene said the scoring burden is actually detrimental to other facets of his game.
"He can score, but he's a great passer, he's a great set-people-up player," Greene said. "When he's having to [look to score most the time] then it's tough on everybody."
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