Bryan Walters firstname.lastname@example.org
January 13, 2014
HURRICANE, W.Va. — A bad start led to a tough finish for the Hannan boys basketball team Saturday night following a 60-38 setback to host Calvary Baptist Academy in a non-conference matchup in Putnam County.
The visiting Wildcats (1-5) trailed 24-7 after eight minutes, then watched their deficit increase as the Patriots (5-3) went on a 15-7 second quarter surge to secure a 39-14 advantage headed into intermission.
HHS was outscored 15-10 in the third canto for a 54-24 deficit entering the finale, but closed regulation with a 14-6 run to wrap up the 22-point setback.
Will Harbour led Hannan with 10 points, followed by Jeremy Schofield with nine points and Tyler Burns with five markers. Adam Wilson was next with five points, while Charles Mayes, Dakota Fannin and Corey Hudnall each contributed two markers.
Aaron Coon rounded out the Wildcat scoring with one point. Hannan has now dropped its last three decisions.
Trent Spears paced CBA with a game-high 21 points, followed by Julian Fleshman and Casey James with 12 markers apiece. Mitchell Harmon also contributed 10 points to the winning cause.