Nathan Ham Sports Writer firstname.lastname@example.org
November 28, 2013
Nathan Fletcher’s 22 points helped propel North Surry to a 64-53 win against the Huskies last Friday.
Fletcher scored 14 of those points in the second half to blow open a 31-26 game at the halftime break.
Ashe opened the game with a balanced scoring attack. Seven different Husky players scored in the opening quarter.
Overall, the Huskies shot 47-percent from the field, but it was the defense that had trouble with the Greyhounds. Marcus Sawyers added 17 points, Mason Hawks had eight and Tanner Hodgin had seven.
For the Huskies, senior guard Devan Sheets scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds. Fellow senior Cullen Ashley dropped in nine points and had a team-high six rebounds. Bradley Lucas added eight points and six rebounds, Connor Bowers had seven points and Alex Spencer added seven points. Gavin Woodie scored five points, Evan Owen had three, Kaleb Sexton finished with two and Parker Shelton added a free throw.
The Huskies are 0-2 overall and will rematch this North Surry team next Friday in Mount Airy. This was the greyhounds’ first game of the season.