Nevada Daily Mail
HUME -- The Hornets and Lady Hornets of Hume High School split a Golden Valley/Vernon County Conference basketball doubleheader Friday night against Bronaugh.
The Lady Hornets took the first game of the night by a final score of 30-23 on the heels of 14 points from senior Tori Sears to improve to 4-3 for the season. Martell Moore led the Lady Wildcats with eight points as Bronaugh's girls slipped to 1-4 on the year.
In the boys' game, Bronaugh led wire-to-wire and ultimately cruised to a 71-22 victory to improve to 2-3 on the season. Hume dropped to 0-7.
"We were more competitive in the first half than what the score shows," Hume head coach David Brooks said. "Turnovers are still a big problem, but we did handle the press better and we worked the ball well in the first half.. We just need to hit some shots. Overall, I thought it was the best game we've played this year, so far."
Nine Wildcats scored and Patrick Hallam led the offensive onslaught with 25 points, followed by Blake Hudson with 18. Cain Crawford and Rhett Spencer led the Hornets with eight points.