BUFFALO, W.Va. — The Bison cruised past Wahama for their second victory of the year Friday night.
Buffalo had three players reach double figures in the scoring column en route to a 75-56 victory over the White Falcons in Putnam County.
BHS (2-0) out scored Wahama (0-2) 19-to-15 over the opening eight minutes of the game and kept the momentum going in the second period. Buffalo scored 27 points in the second canto, while the White Falcons scored 14 and trailed 46-29 at the break.
The Bison had their best defensive period of the night in the third, allowing just nine points to WHS. Buffalo extended its lead to 30 points headed into the finale. The Red and White closed the game on an 18-to-7 run but ultimately fell to Buffalo 75-56.
The duo of Austin Jordan and Dakota Sisk led Wahama with 12 points apiece, followed by Jacob Ortiz with 10 points. Derek Hysell had seven points, Wyatt Zuspan and Trenton Gibbs had four points each, while Hunter Bradley finished with three points to round out the WHS scoring. Jordan hit a trio of three-pointers for Wahama while Hysell had one.
Levi Jordan led BHS with 20 points, including four three-pointers, followed by Laythem Good with 15 and Isiah Robinson with 12.
The White Falcons shot just 14-of-31 (45.2 percent) from the free throw line while Buffalo was 9-of-14 (64.3 percent) from the line.
Wahama will have it’s shot at revenge on February 15th when the Bison travel to Mason.