Trinity Too Much For Valley Lumberjacks
The Morgantown Trinity Warriors outscored the Valley Lumberjacks, 23-11, in the first quarter and never took their foot off the pedal in handing the Lumberjacks a 86-47 loss in the quarter finals of the OVAC Class 1A championship. The boys basketball action occurred on Feb. 13 in Morgantown.
It didn’t get any better in the next three periods, as Trinity sent a message to all OVAC Class 1A teams it was for real.
The outmanned Lumberjacks did the best they could despite the heroics of 12 Warriors that saw their named penciled in the score-sheet.
Levi Streets did everything he could in the Lumberjacks lineup, scoring a team-high 24 points, including five baskets from beyond the arc. Peyton Bassett chipped in with 10 points, that included a pair of three-point baskets.
In addition, Ethan Greathouse contributed eight points, that also included a pair of bonus bombs. Avery Kinkade posted four markers, while Caden Palmer swished a free throw.
As a team, Valley made nine three pointers, while Trinity sank seven. The ‘Jacks also made 8-9 free throws, while the Warriors only converted 3-8 from the line.
Jo Zini scored 11 points each in the second and third periods to go along with a game-high 31 points, while Daniel Woods followed with 14.