Hundred Hornets score three victories in four days

PADEN CITY — Playing their third game in four days, the Hundred Hornets finished 3-for-3 in that stretch in Friday’s Class A Region I Section I matchup, topping the Paden City 61-55 on the road.

Hundred earned the playoff win with only three players scoring- Brayden Bartrug scored 25, Trey Huggins scored 20, and Tyler Sleeth put up 16.

The three combined to go 18-27 from the foul line.

Huggins made four 3-pointers while Sleeth made three.

Hundred fell behind 13-9 after the first quarter, but tied the game 22-22 at halftime and won the third 22-6 to pull ahead.

Brayden Neff led Paden City with 18 points, joined in double figures by Jeremiah Thomas with 15.

Hundred will travel to face top-seeded Cameron on Monday.

Linsly 80,

Winston Salem

Christian 69

ROCK HILL, SC — Playing in their first game at the Big Shots Prep Nationals, the Linsly Cadets churned out a victory over the Lions, hailing from North Carolina.

Luka Kecman led all scorers with 19 points, followed by D’arrae Goodwin with 15, Ruben Salazar with 11 and Jonah Vaysbakh with 10.

Linsly is scheduled to play V3 Preparatory Academy, based out of Toronto, Canada, on Saturday.

(Late Thursday)


John Marshall 67,

Magnolia 66

NEW MARTINSVILLE — The Monarchs grabbed a tight road win Thursday night over the Blue Eagles.

John Marshall’s Kayden Knapp led all scorers with 25 points, followed by 17 from Conor Fitzpatrick and 12 from Jackson Helms.

Magnolia’s Hayden Pyles led all scorers with 20 points, making two 3-pointers.

The Blue Eagles made 10 3-pointers Thursday, an edge over the Monarchs’ four long-distance makes. Hunter Oates scored 17, Lucas Pena scored 15 and Dubale Greathouse scored 12.

Hundred 60,

Heritage Christian 37

BROOKLYN, OH — The Hornets got the job done on both ends in their far-reaching victory over the Patriots, 48 hours after beating them 74-57 on Tuesday.

Four players scored eight or more points in the victory — Tyler Sleeth (17), Jaxon Huggins (12) Brayden Bartrug (11), Trey Huggins (10) and Colt Sandy (eight).

The Hornets held their opponents to a low-scoring day, with only three Patriots getting in the scoring column.


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