Hampden boys power past Witches, complete varsity doubleheader sweep
HAMPDEN - Following a Lady Broncos win over Brewer, the Hampden boys had four players score in double figures as they breezed to a 70-36 victory over the Witches to complete the varsity double header at the Stable inside Hampden Academy on Friday night.
Just over the first five minutes of the opening quarter, the Broncos took a 17-5 lead over Brewer and closed out the period with a 22-13 lead. Hampden put the game away in the second quarter following a 12-1 run out scoring the Witches 18-3 for a 40-16 half time lead.
Hampden's Ian McIntyre (34) looks to drive by Brewer's Sean Neal during the varsity boys game at Hampden Academy on Friday night. Hampden won the game 70-36. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Hampden's Bryce Lausier drives to the basket in the first quarter. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Hampden went on to out score Brewer 30-20 over the second half for the win. With the win, Hampden remains in first place in the Class A North Heal Point standings with a 12-1 record, while Brewer falls to 4-8 and is ranked No. 10.
Brewer's Brandon Glidden (4) sets for a shot as Hampden's John Wolfington defends. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Scoring in double figures for the Broncos was Ian McIntyre (18), Kory Winch (14), John Wolfington (10), and Bryce Lausier (10). Also scoring was Ross Webb with five points, Tommy Raye and Hunter Dougherty with four points, Connor Roy with three points, and Mikey Raye with two points.
Hampden had eight 3-point baskets, two each by Wolfington, Winch, and Lausier, and one each by Roy and Webb. They went 12-for-14 (86 percent) from the foul line.
Hampden's Kpry Winch (3) goes up for a shot and gets fouled by Brewer's Kobe Rogerson. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
Brewer was led in scoring by Brandon Glidden and Isaac Cummings with nine points each. Kobe Rogerson scored five points, Cameron Monroe had four, and Sean Neal added three points. Dylan Huff, Kyle Goodrich, and Jacob Miller each scored two points.
The Witches had four 3-point baskets, three by Cummings and one from Glidden, and they went 8-for-10 (80 percent) from the free throw line.
Brewer's Cameron Monroe gets some air time to pull down a rebound. (Photo by Skip Hawkes)
BREWER (4-8) 13 3 13 7 -- 36
HAMPDEN (12-1) 22 18 13 17 -- 70