Wildcats Host Old Fort

posted Feb 13, 2018, 2:43 PM by Steve Barr   [ updated Feb 13, 2018, 6:24 PM ]
2/13/18 - Varsity - at Woodmore 65, Old Fort 55. Woodmore built double-digit leads on a number of occasions only to see Old Fort come back, but Woodmore would never let them take the lead as Woodmore never trailed after building a 23-14 edge after one quarter.  In the second quarter, Old Fort pulled to within 28-27 late in the frame before Woodmore scored six of the last nine points to lead 34-30 at halftime.  Woodmore built its advantage to 46-36 with 2:21 left in the third quarter scoring 12 of the first 18 points in the quarter.  Old Fort outscored the Wildcats, 7-3, the rest of the way as Woodmore led 49-43 after three quarters.  Old Fort then scored six of the first eight points in the fourth quarter to pull to within 51-49 with 4:15 left.  Woodmore would then go on a 7-2 run to make it 58-51 with 1:39 left and the Wildcats converted five-of-six free throws with under one minute left to put the game away leading 63-53 with 19.9 seconds left.  Junior Drew Burner got the Wildcats going early scoring 14 points in the first quarter, 12 of those points on four three-pointers.  He finished with 21 points.  Junior Mitchell Miller scored 17 points, nine of those in the fourth quarter, and junior Hayden Heidebrink added 14 points.  Woodmore had 20 field goals and were 18-of-25 at the line while Old Fort had 18 field goals and they were 13-of-19 at the stripe.  Junior Varsity - Old Fort 47, at Woodmore 43. The Wildcats trailed by 11 points after three quarters, but outscored the Stockaders 19-7 in the fourth quarter to fall just short.  Sophomore Paul Koenig led Woodmore with 15 points, seven coming in the comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, and 11 in the second half.  Sophomore Cade Burroughs added 10 points and freshman Andrew Barringer scored nine points. Freshman - at Woodmore 40, Old Fort 28.  Woodmore led 10-8 after one quarter and gradually increased their advantage over the rest of the game.  Woodmore led 17-15 at halftime and 28-24 after three quarters.  Isaac Betancourt led the Wildcats with 13 points while Ethan McNair added 11 points.