Bearcats win two of three over Holliday

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The Bearcats started the new year off with a bang Thursday night with a pair of victories over Holliday. Two of the three games played went in favor of the Bearcats. In the seventh grade “B” game it was Holliday coming out on top with a 34-7 win, while the next two games were dominated by the Bearcats (now 4-1) winning 42-18 in the seventh grade contest and 23-10 in the eighth grade game.

Zack Sowers led the scoring for Henrietta in the seventh “B” game with four points, all coming from the field. Skyler Castro hit two free throws and Brayden McDonald had one free throw.

The Bearcats never trailed in the seventh grade “A” game, taking a 12-2 lead after one quarter and 20-7 at halftime. Henrietta hit four three-pointers in the game with Kevin Morales dropping in two of them. Kandon Bennett and Ben McCreary had the other two three-pointers. Ethan Scholl led the team in assists. It was a well-balanced scoring contest with Mason Hanson leading all scorers with nine points. The quartet of Corbin Douthitt, Kandon Bennett, Kevin Morales and Chris Offield contributed six points each for the Bearcats. Dillon Flowers chipped in two points in the  fourth quarter.

Ethan Williams drained a pair of three-pointers and teamed with Cody Fletcher with six points to lead the Bearcats past Holliday. Logan Carter scored five points for the Bearcats, four coming in the second half. Conner Duncan had a season high scoring of four points and Justin Davis had a two points. The victory marked the second of the season for the Bearcats.

seventh Grade “B”

Holliday                            18   16–34
Henrietta                            3    4–7

seventh Grade “A”

Holliday                             2    5    3    8–18
Henrietta                          12   8   13   9–42

eighth Grade “A”

Holliday                              2    2    4    2–10
Henrietta                            7    3    6    7–23

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