SETH, W.Va. — Host Sherman claimed a season sweep over the Hannan boys basketball team Friday night following an 84-61 decision in a non-conference matchup in Boone County.
The visiting Wildcats (2-7) were unable to avenge a season-opening 62-47 setback at HHS back on Dec. 4, as the Tide (4-3) jumped out to a small 19-15 first quarter advantage and never looked back. SHS followed with a 19-14 surge in the second canto to secure a 38-29 halftime edge.
The hosts hit all five of their trifectas in the second half, which ended up as a 46-32 Sherman advantage. The Tide used a 17-16 spurt to claim a 55-45 edge headed into the finale, then closed regulation with a 29-16 charge to wrap up the 23-point outcome.
Paul Holley led Hannan with 14 points, followed by Tyler Burns with 11 points and Brad Fannin with 10 markers. Ty Paige was next with nine points, while Tyler Jenkins chipped in eight markers.
Daniel Black added four points and Kade McCoy rounded out the scoring with three points. The Wildcats were 18-of-31 at the free throw line for 56 percent.
Cody Muncy paced Sherman with a game-high 23 points, followed by Braden Harrah with 18 points and Blake Brewer with 13 markers. SHS was 13-of-27 at the charity stripe for 48 percent.