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War Hawks Still Remain Defeated

This season the War Hawk’s Varsity Basketball Team has struggled to find its feet. Illness, injuries, and lack of confidence have plagued the team but their Coach and fans are still pushing for a comeback. The War Hawks faced Bethesda, Hilton Head Prep, and John Paul, where they were defeated by each team. The War Hawks have struggled to regain the scoreboard as their opponents have been making quick leads and maintaining those leads throughout each game. Coach Brown told fans last week that the best was yet to come from the War Hawks as they headed into games this week.
Like the Lady War Hawks, the War Hawks have been faced with fierce competition and tight game schedules as they were again faced with a three game week. On Monday, January 22nd, the War Hawks faced Orangeburg Prep, where they were again defeated with a final score of OP 46 to CPA 27. The War Hawks were led during the game by Jason Dennis who scored 7 points. The second game of the week, and the only home match, was on Tuesday January 23rd against Beaufort Academy. The War Hawks were defeated with a final score BA 54 to CPA 33. The War Hawks were tied for a leader during the game as Brandon Polk and Jason Dennis both scored 10 points for the Hawks. The last game of the week was on Friday, January 26th where the War Hawks traveled to John Paul II and were defeated for the third time this week with a final score of JP II 71 to CPA 51. Another tie for leading the War Hawks during this game went to Brandon Polk and David McMillen who both scored 11 points during the game. “The boys had a rough week as injuries and the flu bug took its toll with us,” Coach Brown said, “The 2nd half of the John Paul there was a sign of the guys coming together. We had our best half of basketball offensive this season as we scored 34 points. John Paul pressed the whole game and we were able to play them even in the 2nd half.”

Amye Stivender (218 Posts)