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Hundred And Valley Lose

By Staff | Feb 11, 2015


The Hundred Hornets lost their first two H.I.T. contests last week, opening with a 73-48 loss to Harman Feb. 2 at a 55-73 defeat from Union Feb. 6 at Hundred.

In the loss to Harman, Holden Moore tallied 16 markers, while Andrew King and Danny Stewart each recorded an even dozen. Brandon Armstrong contributed six points and pulled down eight rebounds and blocked three shots. Danny Kolat sank a deuce, while King added eight rebounds.

In the 77-55 loss to Union, Armstrong picked up a double-double with a team-high 19 points and a dozen rebounds to lead Hundred.

Moore tickled the twine for 16 tallies, while Stewart added a dozen and King scored eight points.


In the junior varsity tilt against Union, the Hornets’ Logan Moore sank 11 points and Charles Matthews netted five markers, but it wasn’t quite enough to get past Union, 50-22.


The Cameron Dragons outscored the Hundred Hornets 23-6 in the second period and held off a gallant Hornet challenge in the third period to claim a 87-51 victory Feb 4. inside the Dragons Den.

Holden Moore scored a team-high 16 points, including three baskets from long range, while Andrew King and Danny Stewart each recorded 12 markers. King also tickled the twine on 6-7 free throws, while Stewart nailed a pair of three- point bombs.

In addition, Brandon Armstrong tallied six points and just as many rebounds, while Danny Kolat dropped in a deuce for all the Hundred scoring.


The Valley Lumberjacks outscored Tygarts Valley 21-11 in the fourth quarter, but it was a little too late, as Tygarts Valley held off the Lumberjacks for a 59-55 victory in the second round of the H.I.T. tournament Feb. 6 at Pine Grove.

Hayden Lancaster paced the ‘Jacks with a dozen, including a basket from beyond the arc, while Tucker Cain followed with 11 points.

In addition, Joey Preat knocked down nine markers, while Jack Wells contributed eight. Trey Streets drained a pair of long range bombs, while Peyton Palmer provided five points. Dylan Irvin and Alex Midcap each tallied a deuce.