Nevada Daily Mail
DREXEL, Mo. -- The Hume High School boys' basketball team got back into action for the first time since returning from the holiday break and came home with far less than favorable results.
Head coach David Brooks' squad never really got much going in the contest and ultimately fell by a final score of 90-14. Riley Patterson led the offensive effort for the Hornets with six points.
"We didn't play very good fundamentally against one of the best teams in the state and it showed," Brooks said. "Riley Patterson did have one of his best games and I appreciate the effort Rhett Spencer gave. They didn't give up."
With the loss, the Hornets fell to 0-10 on the year, 0-4 in conference play, and will be back in action Friday in the Appleton City Tournament. Hume opened tournament play Tuesday night against Montrose, but those results were not available at press time.