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January 8, 2013

Brook Hill blows out Crusaders behind Hanks' 17

BULLARD — The Brook Hill Guard handed T.K. Gorman a 65-50 loss, just the Crusades' third defeat in their last dozen outings, Saturday afternoon at the Herrington Sports Complex.  

The game started off to be all Gorman as they led by ten-points twice in the opening quarter before the Guard got cranked up in the second quarter. Brandon Lackner scored six of his team-high, 14-points in the opening quarter for a 19-11, TKG advantage.

The Crusaders however went cold from the field scoring two-points in the first 4:10 of the second period. Meanwhile, 3-pointers by Alex Hale, Grant Hanks and Luke Humphries brought Brook Hill back for the first lead. Humphries trey gave the Guard their first lead at 26-23.

Bryant Robinson scored all six-points in the second quarter and was key rebounding for The Guard in the comeback.

Robinson rebounded and hit the follow up to begin a Brook Hill 24-9, second quarter output and a 35-28, lead at the half.

Gorman’s Ben Ashworth scored six of his 13-points in the game with a bucket to bring Gorman to within 35-30. However after two baskets by Grant Hanks and a trey from Andrew Swink, the Guard built a 43-34 lead that would never be in question the duration of the game.

Swink knocked down another trey in the quarter and scored eight of his 12-points as Brook Hill built a 53-42 lead after three quarters.

Brook Hill point guard, Hanks had 17 points with his three, treys, followed up with a good game inside with a double-double was Phillip Kitt with 14 points and ten rebounds.

Bullard-Brook Hill 65, T.K. Gorman 50

Gorman         19      9      14      8  -  50

Brook Hill     11    24      18    12  -  65

GORMAN – Pat Droder, 2; Michael Rainey, 2; Sean Goforth, 10; Chris Danly, 6; Brandon Lackner, 14; Ben Ashworth, 13; Cole Sharron, 3.

BROOK HILL – Alex Hale, 11; Grant Hanks, 17; Chase McDermott, 2; Andrew Swink, 12;  Phillip Kitt, 14; Luke Humphries, 3; Bryant Robinson, 6.  

THREE-POINT GOALS – TKG: Ashworth, Sharron. BH: Hale, Hanks 3, Swink 2, Humphries.

RECORDS – T.K. Gorman 11-9. Brook Hill 9-9.

NEXT UP – Brook Hill at First Baptist Academy, Fri., 7 p.m.  Carrollton-Prince of Peace at T.K. Gorman, today., 7 p.m.

 

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