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Colonels thump Cougars

ROANOKE — Thank goodness it was warm outside because the Cougars sure were cold inside the gym as the Colonels of William Fleming defeated Pulaski County, 60-34.
The Cougars hit just 12 out of 44 from the field for a weak 27 percent average for the game. They didn’t fair much better at the free throw line, going 10-for-28 on their foul shots.
The Colonels (3-0) also had more offensive rebounds than the Cougars had total rebounds the entire night.
Another upsetting statistic — Pulaski County was 0-for-9 from three-point land.
“We didn’t shoot well obviously,” head coach Mark Hanks said. “Their quickness hurt us and we got kids in different roles than they have been used to.” He added, “Nubian (Peak) needs to step up and he will.”
Pulaski County was led in scoring by Carter White with 7. Peak had 5 while Tahrick Peak had 4.
Travis Cox and White had four boards apiece while Oliver Samples had 4 assists.
Hanks summed up the game when he said, “Our effort was good, but the outcome was lousy.”
The Cougars return to action Friday against defending state champs, the Maroons of George Wythe. Junior varsity action starts at 6 p.m. with the varsity tipping off at 7:30 p.m.  

PC    6 – 7 – 7 – 14 — 34
WF  16 – 10 – 18 – 16 — 60  

PC: Samples 3, Powell 3, N. Peak 5, White 7, T. Peak 4, Burgis 3, Hazzard 3, Quesenberry 2, Cox 2,  Graham 1, Brookman 1.

WF: Tucker 2, Jones 3, Andrews 4, Johnson 6, Hagans 7, Henderson 9, Daniels 9, Thomas 13,  Manning 7.

Fouled out: PC – T. Peak

Total fouls: PC 20, WF 22

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Colonels thump Cougars

ROANOKE — Thank goodness it was warm outside because the Cougars sure were cold inside the gym as the Colonels of William Fleming defeated Pulaski County, 60-34.
The Cougars hit just 12 out of 44 from the field for a weak 27 percent average for the game. They didn’t fair much better at the free throw line, going 10-for-28 on their foul shots.
The Colonels (3-0) also had more offensive rebounds than the Cougars had total rebounds the entire night.
Another upsetting statistic — Pulaski County was 0-for-9 from three-point land.
“We didn’t shoot well obviously,” head coach Mark Hanks said. “Their quickness hurt us and we got kids in different roles than they have been used to.” He added, “Nubian (Peak) needs to step up and he will.”
Pulaski County was led in scoring by Carter White with 7. Peak had 5 while Tahrick Peak had 4.
Travis Cox and White had four boards apiece while Oliver Samples had 4 assists.
Hanks summed up the game when he said, “Our effort was good, but the outcome was lousy.”
The Cougars return to action Friday against defending state champs, the Maroons of George Wythe. Junior varsity action starts at 6 p.m. with the varsity tipping off at 7:30 p.m.  

PC    6 – 7 – 7 – 14 — 34
WF  16 – 10 – 18 – 16 — 60  

PC: Samples 3, Powell 3, N. Peak 5, White 7, T. Peak 4, Burgis 3, Hazzard 3, Quesenberry 2, Cox 2,  Graham 1, Brookman 1.

WF: Tucker 2, Jones 3, Andrews 4, Johnson 6, Hagans 7, Henderson 9, Daniels 9, Thomas 13,  Manning 7.

Fouled out: PC – T. Peak

Total fouls: PC 20, WF 22

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