Harrisburg falls at home to Tuckerman

Thursday, January 31, 2019
Dylan Owens bring the ball up the court during Harrisburg's game with Tuckerman last Thursday in the Hornets' Nest. (DT Photo/Cosmo Cossey)

Harrisburg couldnít find enough answers for all of Tuckermanís scoring weapons as the Hornets lost 85-40 to the Bulldogs this last Thursday on Homecoming night at the Hornetsí Nest.

Tuckerman got on the board first with a three-pointer as Presley Witt answered with a running jumper to make it 3-2 Bulldogs. Tuckerman scored the next seven points to go up 10-2 before Caleb Neal hit two free throws for the Hornets making it 10-4. The Bulldogs reeled off the next 10 points to go up 21-4 as Jamason King canned a three-pointer for the Hornets to make the score 21-7 Tuckerman with 2:46 left. The Bulldogs netted a three-pointer, Witt drilled a three-pointer for Harrisburg only to see Tuckerman hit back to back three-balls making it 30-10. The Bulldogs got a steal and layup as Ray Micheal Jones scored inside to make the score 32-12 at the end of one.

The Bulldogs drilled a three-pointer to open the second quarter before Harrisburg got a jumper from King and back to back three-pointers from Neal and King to make it 35-20 Tuckerman. The Bulldogs drained another three-pointer, Jones had a stick back for the Hornets as King hit another three-ball for Harrisburg making it 38-25 with 2:33 left. Tuckerman hit one of two free throws, King hit a runner for the Hornets, the Bulldogs scored inside before Kingís three-pointer made it 41-30 Tuckerman. The Bulldogs hit two of four free throws on back to back trips to the line late to make the score 43-30 Tuckerman at the half.

Full game story in January 31 PCDT!

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