Hornets can't stop Lancers


Tribune photo by Arv Koontz/ Edinburgh's Nate King, right, tries to steal the ball from Medora junior Roy Edwards, center, as Edinburgh's Dakota Sneed also defends during Tuesday's game at Medora.

Tribune photo by Arv Koontz/ Medora sophomore Kirk Stewart, left, tries to dribble around the defense of Edinburgh's Nate King during Tuesday's game at Medora.


Medora simply couldn’t get its offense going against Edinburgh on Tuesday night, and the Lancers left the Medora gymnasium with a 77-34 non-conference win.

The Hornets shot 4 for 10 in the first quarter and fell behind 15-8. The Lancers were 6 of 14.

“We were hoping for a quick start,” Hornets coach Andrew Evertts said. “I thought we broke their little half-court really well, but our half-court offense was just bad.”

Roy Edwards had six of the Hornets’ points in the first quarter.

Medora cooled off to 2-for-10 shooting in the second quarter, and that allowed Edinburgh to build its lead to 36-14 at the half.


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