Despite a fine performance by the Hornets' Kirk Shriver - who scored 10 points and hauled in seven rebounds - Hundred fell to Notre Dame 86-30 in Clarksburg Feb. 7.
Notre Dame outscored Hundred 49 to 4 in the first and fourth periods, while the Hornets netted 26 points in the two middle quarters.
Nick Phillips added seven points and three rebounds, while Mitch Moore contributed six points and three rebounds. In addition, Greg Stewart tallied five points and hauled in a team-high 10 boards. Chris Varner, who ended the Hundred scoring, tallied a deuce and dished out a team-high three assists.
"We just couldn't make a shot when we had them, and Notre Dame played a very tight defense that made it hard for us to get good looks," said Hundred Head Coach Greg Hostetler.
The junior varsity game was a carbon copy of the varsity game. The Hornets lost 66-24. Hunter Goddard paced the reserves with seven points, while Levi Simpson and Courtland Armstrong each netted four markers.
In addition, Josh King netted three points, while Davin Copeland, Brandon Armstrong, and Mhar Olayan contributed two points each. "We just couldn't get anything going. We made some adjustments, but just not enough," said HHS Assistant Coach Brian Bartlett.
The Hornets didn't get to play their Division 2 consolation matchup because of the weather surrounding Summersville last weekend. However, they were scheduled to travel to Bellaire St. John last night after press time and will host East Richland, Ohio, Friday night. Both varsity games tip off around 7 p.m.