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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