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Hornets fall to Loyalsock for D4 title

Hornets fall to Loyalsock for D4 title

Turnovers doom Hornets in 70-36 loss to Lancers

 

by Ed Weaver - March 4, 2019

In a rematch of last year’s District IV Class AAA championship game the Hornets fell to Loyalsock 70-36 at Montoursville on Saturday, March 2.

The Hornets fell behind 27-9 early in the first quarter but held the top-seeded Lancers to just 5 points in the second quarter to trail by 12, 32-20 at halftime.

After a quick layup to start the third Loyalsock forced turnover, after turnover, after turnover to jump all over Wellsboro as they went on a 22-10 run to put the game away. Loyalsock’s defense allowed just 16 second-half points by Wellsboro to claim the program’s 22nd District IV title.

The Hornets finished the game with as many turnovers as they did points, 36, in the loss.

“We talked a lot about how a turnover averages out to about a point per game,” Hornet coach Todd Outman said. “You give them 36 points and there you go.”

Senior Andrew Brelo scored 11 points in the loss and senior Holden Kennedy scored six. Senior Brandyn Tuttle was limited to just three points.

The loss drops the Hornets’ record to 23-4 but will enter next week’s PIAA State Tournament as the District’s Number 2 seed in the AAA classification. Wellsboro will face off against District II runner-up Holy Redeemer at Troy Area High School on Saturday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m.

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Writing: Ed Weaver

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