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Hawks come out flat in 73-40 loss to Parkersburg South

MORGANTOWN — 4 video games into the season and the College Excessive Faculty ladies’ basketball crew continues to be looking for its id.

Are the Hawks (2-2) the crew that knocked off Albert-Gallatin (Pa.) and Kennedy Catholic (Pa.) over the weekend? 

Or are they the crew that misplaced by 19 to rival Morgantown to open the season after which by a 73-40 rating to Parkersburg South on Tuesday?

Head coach Nick Lusk continues to be searching for the solutions as he watched his Hawks overwhelmed soundly by the visiting Patriots (4-0).

“We simply didn’t play,” Lusk stated. “We didn’t come out and didn’t play like we performed over the weekend.”

Lusk admitted he held a lighter apply session on Monday as UHS was enjoying its third sport in 5 days and he was making an attempt to avoid wasting his crew’s legs as they gown simply eight gamers on the varsity squad this 12 months.

“We simply had no depth – it didn’t even appear to be we wished to be right here,” Lusk stated. “That’s on me. We gotta apply onerous like we’ve been practising. We simply haven’t any effort on the market tonight and that’s disappointing.”

The Hawks held an early 9-4 lead within the first quarter and an 11-10 lead on a jumper by Hannah Stemple halfway by means of the primary quarter however then the Patriots went on a 23-4 run that lasted till the 4:23 mark of the second quarter when Lusk referred to as a timeout and was visibly upset along with his crew.

College usually likes to play strain protection and discover open photographs on offense however on Tuesday it was the Patriots’ peak and lengthy outlet passes that led to straightforward baskets.

“That’s a credit score to our children,” South coach Ed Davis stated. “Rebounding, they would be the first to inform you, has been a problem for us. It has harm us, and so they have made a dedication to it – we do drills nearly daily. We thought if we might rebound that we’d have some probabilities to get out in transition.

That transition offense led to straightforward baskets for the Patriots as they shot 32-of-57 (56.1%) from the sector.

In the meantime, the Hawk struggled on offense by hitting 18-of-64 (28.1%) together with simply 2-of-27 (7.5%) from behind the three-point line.

“We figured tonight was going to be a dogfight,” Davis stated. “I nonetheless imagine it was simply a kind of nights the place our children simply performed properly. (UHS) is a high 4 or 5 crew and nothing modifications that in my thoughts. In a few weeks, they play at our place, and we are going to count on a dogfight and they’re going to win a number of basketball video games – they’re an excellent crew.”

Senior Ella Simpson led UHS with 17 factors. Gracie Shamblin led Parkersburg South with 20 factors, Emilee Owens added 16 whereas Payten Mackey scored 12.

The Hawks return to motion on Thursday once they journey to perennial energy Wheeling Park for a 7:30 p.m. contest.


Parkersburg South 73, College 40
PSH       20          26          21          6            73
UHS       13          10          9            8            40
PSH – Shockey 2 0-0 4, Shamblin 9 0-1 20, Yost 2 0-0 4, Owens 8 0-2 16, Cline 4 0-0 6, Schaffer 1 4-6 6, Mackey 5 2-2 12. Totals: 32 6-11 73.
UHS – Weaver 2 0-2 4, Maisel 1 2-3 7, Cox 0 0-2 0, Fox 1 0-0 2, Braham 2 0-0 4, E. Simpson 8 0-1 17, Stemple 3 0-0 7. Totals 17 2-7 40.
3-Pointers – PSH: Shamblin 2. UHS: E. Simpson, Stemple.