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Warriors Win Over Hot Springs County

Written by on February 11, 2021

The Worland Warriors remain at the number one spot in Wyoming 3A Boys Basketball. Tops in the State as the Warriors had lost two in a row.

Hot Springs County would reschedule a game from Saturday and play on Tuesday night. The Bobcats were 4-10 for the season and 0-4 in the 3A Northeast Quad.

The Warriors came out shooting with three’s. Rudy Sanford had two. Jorey Anderson and Brock Douzenis both had one. Added with Mack Page and his six points. Worland finished the first period with a 25-15 lead.

The Bobcats Hardy Johnson, Adley Coyne, and Jase Longwell would carry the bulk of the Hot Springs offense in the second period. Sanford would continue with long range shots. Scoring would come from eight different Warriors in the first half. 37-28 halftime lead.

Foul trouble began to creep into a Bobcat lineup that lacked some dept. The Warriors would score 26 points in the third period and take the game over on both ends of the court. 63-42 at the end of the period.

The final period would see the Warriors continue to stretch their lead. With 19 points in the closing period. Foul trouble for the Bobcats was difficult to overcome. Hot Springs County would have two scorers in double digit scoring. Hardy Johnson had 12 and Jase Longwell would lead all Bobcat scorers with 15 points.

Four Warriors had ten plus points. Rudy Sanford had 15 points. Mack Page with 18, Brock Douzenis 13 and Court Gonzalez with 15. There was also scores from Jorey Anderson 9, Kolter Wyman with 6, Kade Weber had 3 and Tayler Pierce had 2. The warriors would win 80-54.

This weekend see’s Worland traveling to Lovell on Friday to play at 7pm. They will also go to Powell on Saturday for t 7pm start. You can here the Warriors and Lady Warriors both on KWOR 104.7FM/1340AM starting at 5:15PM or listen online at mybighornbasin.com  also don’t forget to listen to Warrior Stance with Chance on Wednesday’s from 5-6pm


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