Hornets Suffer 1st Loss At Shamokin Tournament.

By: Ed Weaver | WellsboroBasketball.com | December 28, 2022

 
Hornets Suffer 1st Loss At Shamokin Tournament.
 

Shamokin ended Wellsboro's four-game win streak to start the year, giving them their first loss of the season, in the opening round of the Bob Probert Holiday Tournament on Tuesday, December 27.

The Hornets trailed 12-5 after the opening quarter then the Indians poured it on in the second, outscoring Wellsboro 19-10 to lead 31-15.

The Indians also outscored Wellsboro 27-22 in the second half to advance to the championship game of their tournament.

Case Lichty and Jennsyn Shuey led all scorers with 13 points for Shamokin.

Junior Caden Smith led Wellsboro with 7 points, junior Hayes Campbell added 6, senior Conner Adams, Peyton McClure, and Cameron Brought all finished with 5 points each, freshman Aaron Kirk pitched in 4 points, junior Isaac Macias added 3, and freshman Luke Rothermel rounded out the scoring with 2 points. Adams added 4 assists, Smith had 2 steals, Brought grabbed 11 rebounds, and Campbell added 6 rebounds.

Wellsboro (4-1, 3-0 NTL Large School Division) will play in the tournament's consolation game tomorrow.

 

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