On a night when 3-pointers were tough to find, Desonta Bradford found the range.
Happy Valley got in an early hole against Volunteer and couldn’t dig its way out in Monday’s opening game of the 28th annual Hardee’s Classic basketball tournament at David Crockett High School.
Basketball season got off to a quick start, which has become the standard ever since the TSSAA opened the doors for a flood of Hall of Champions games.
There was one thing in common with preseason predictions by the league’s basketball coaches in the Three Rivers Conference: Their pecking order had nothing in common.
It’s a wide-open race to the top of the Three Rivers Conferece in girls basketball, but the consensus seems to be Happy Valley has the most talent.
Rich Aubrey fell in love with basketball when he stepped out on the court at his local high school in Pittsburgh and started doing ball-handling drills in the first grade.
Science Hill has met its share of first-round behemoths in the Arby’s Classic basketball tournament.
Finally, some home cooking.
Jerriah Love was the smallest player on the floor for Science Hill on Saturday afternoon. He also made the largest impact.
You can say one thing for Carlos Curtis. He’s a man of his word.
MOUNTAIN CITY — Gate City (Va.) senior standout Mac McClung stole the show Friday night at the Hall of Champions Basketball Classic as he poured in an incredible 52 points in his team’s 86-79 overtime victory over Science Hill.