Clynt Bell goes to the basket for two of his 33 points as the Wolverines ran away from visiting North Jackson 93-51. The Wolverines scored 43 points in the third quarter to put the game out of reach.
By: Eddy Gifford, Publisher
The Dade County
Wolverine basketball team opened up regular season play Friday night at home
against North Jackson.
fell behind early as the visitors from Stevenson, Ala., built an early 4-0
It took Dade
almost three minutes to score their first points of the game but once they did
it was off to the races.
first lead of the game at 13-11 with 1:51 remaining in the first quarter the
Wolverines never looked back from there and lead 20-16 at the end of the
held their own in the second quarter and only trailed by eight points at the
end of the first half, 38-30.
It was lights
out for the Wolverines in the third quarter as they held North Jackson to eight
points while scoring an incredible 43 points themselves in just eight minutes.
The mercy rule
came into effect in the fourth quarter with only six minutes on the clock and
Dade got everyone in the game and coasted to their first win of the year,
Clynt Bell led
all scorers with 33 points including six three point shots. Nic Gaddis scored 15
and Mikey Williams added 10. Nick Chitwood grabbed 10 rebounds for the
Wolverines and Brady Mai had eight rebounds as did Mikey Williams. Bell had
This week the
Wolverines hosted Ridgeland on Tuesday night and will travel on Saturday to Morris
Innovative before hosting Murray County on Dec. 3.