Boys basketball wins last home game 61-34
Leading up to the playoffs next week, Hillsborough boys varsity basketball ended the game with 61 points, beating Jefferson.
“We have a lot to work on, but I think we did good,” senior Myles Cowart, 24, said. “I think we paced ourselves and passed the ball to the open man.” Cowart scored 8 points throughout the game.
Jefferson scored the first point. Ken Montgomery, 50, shot a three-pointer for Hillsborough’s first score. Montgomery scored another before the second quarter.
By the end of first quarter, Hillsborough was ahead by 4 points with a score of 12-8.
In the second quarter, Qadir Wajd, 22, Myles Cowart, 24, Jordan Roundtree, 30, and Michael Austin, 23, scored a total of 11 points, in the lead by 10 points.
By the third quarter, HHS scored 22 points with three timeouts. Sophomore Tyriq James, 20, scored the most points in the game with 20 total, and 12 in the third quarter.
Roundtree dunked the ball once by the end of the game and Terriers ended with a score of 61.
Freshman Corey Reynolds, who played on Junior varsity, travels to every game and records the scores to “be part of this special team because [he] think[s] they can go a long way with the talent they have.”
As for the playoffs next week, Austin believes the team will perform well. “If we come as a team, contribute and stay focused, I think we’ll be ready to play,” he said.