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The Scott boys basketball team continued a pattern that has frustrated fans all

season long last week. The Skyhawks manhandled Herbert Hoover on Tuesday,

February 5 at Madison then were never in the game Saturday at Chapmanville.

The split week left the Hawks with a season record of 11-7. Just four games

remain in the regular season before the sectional tournament begins at the Logan


It was a long night for Scott in Saturday’s rescheduled game at Chapmanville.

Inclement weather conditions had forced postponement of the Cardinal Conference

match a week earlier.

In the end, Coach Nick Cabell’s crew fell, 67-45. The game was really never that


CRHS senior star MacKenzie Martin started the scoring with a putback at the 7:34

mark of the first quarter. A minute later, Matt Dolan was fouled on a

three-point shot try. His made three free throws put the Hawks up, 3-2. It was

to be short-lived.

A layup put the hosts up, 4-3 and the Tigers never looked back. A trey and deuce

from Chapmanville made the lead 9-3. Eric May ended the drought and it was 9-5.

A layup by Martin and a jump shot from Jon Williamson stretched the lead to 13-5

with 1:46 flickering on the clock. A putback by Sigmon ended the first period

scoring with Scott trailing 13-7.

With senior star Matt Dolan suffering a poor shooting night in the early going,

Chapmanville streaked out to an 18-7 lead at the 4:39 spot. Dolan then sank two

free throws to cut it to 18-9.

A putback and two foul shots by Martin at the 2:19 mark gave the Tigers a 22-9

lead. An Eric May free throw cut it to 22-10.

Following a Chapmanville timeout, the Tigers reeled off seven points to lead

29-10 with 1:04 remaining in the half. Martin keyed the run with a three-point


The teams traded goals with one coming from Sigmon and another from Zac Casto to

make halftime score 31-12.

It was a minute and a half into the third period before Kenny Plumley made it

32-12 with a made free throw.

Then Dolan put on a show for the Scott fans, drilling a trey and then stealing

the ball and driving full-court for a layup. When he was done, Scott trailed

32-17 with 5:57 to go in the third.

After a Chapmanville timeout, Troy Dalton and May exchanged buckets. The teams

traded free throws before a jumper by Webb cut it to 35-22 at the 4:36 slot.

Martin followed with two made free throws and a deuce before a Hawk bucket cut

it to 39-24. A driving Dolan layup made it 39-26 with 2:09 remaining in the

third stanza. The quarter ended with the Tigers up, 40-26.

Two free throws by Williamson started scoring in the final canto. Dylan Brown

sank a free throw before Chapmanville rolled off five points to make it 47-27

with 6:32 left in the game. Twenty-five ticks later, Scott had cut the edge to

47-31 on free throws by Dolan and Webb.

Martin made two free throws after a foul loudly disputed by the Scott crowd and

coaches. Brown put two free throws in to balance a Martin layup. Then Brown

slammed a layup with 5:04 on the clock to bring the score to 51-36.

After a Dalton free throw, Brandon Lafauci drilled a trey and it was 52-39 with

4:20 left. Dalton came back with two foul shots. Then a layup and free throw by

Plumley gave Chapmanville a 57-39 advantage.

Brown stopped the run with a trey at the 2:41 mark. Two free throws by Plumley

increased the margin. With 1:28 flashing, Lafauci proved the Hawks had not given

up, zipping a three-pointer to make it 59-45.

A layup inside the minute mark made it 61-45. The home team scored the final six

points in cruising to the 67-45 win.

Martin led the game scoring with 27 for CRHS.

Dolan tossed in 14 to lead Scott. Cody Brown added 10; Lafauci, six; May and

Webb, five each; Sigmon, four; and Dylan Brown, one for the Skyhawks.

Scott-60; Hoover-34

The Skyhawks made easy work of Herbert Hoover at Madison last Tuesday.

The home team doubled the score, 14-7, after the first quarter. They increased

the margin to 34-11 with a stifling defense in the second period. Because of the

stellar quarter, the Huskies showed little life in the second half.

Hoover did win the third stanza, 12-11, but Scott took the finale, 15-11 for the

final margin.

Sigmon led the game scoring with 17 points for Scott. May tossed in 15; Webb

added 10; Dolan, eight; Dylan Brown, six; and C. Brown and Kirk Price, two each

for the Hawks.

Aaron Burdette recorded 10 points to lead Hoover.

The season continued Monday, February 11 at Bluefield. On Tuesday, the Hawks

were set to host Wayne. The regular calendar ends with a trip to Mingo Central

on Friday, February 15; and the senior night finale when Poca comes to Madison

on February 19. The sectional tournament begins the following week.

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