Hardin ties school record in win over Smoky Mountain
With the Tuscola varsity basketball team hanging on to a five-point lead in a crucial WNCAC matchup with second place Smoky Mountain as the third quarter drew to a close, the Mountaineer faithful knew it was going to be their night when Logan Hardin made a 50-foot prayer as the buzzer sounded to extend Tuscola’s lead to eight points (54-46).
The Mountaineers used Hardin’s momentum boost effectively in the fourth quarter en route to defeating the Mustangs, 78-59, in a WNCAC game Tuesday night.
First-place Tuscola improved to 8-0 in the WNCAC and 16-2 overall, while Smoky sinks to 6-2.
The Mustangs led 19-17 after the first quar improved to 8-0 in the WNCAC and 16-2 overall, while Smoky sinks to 6-2 in the conference (both losses to the Mountaineers) and 15-3 overall.
In addition to that ...