Howard Survives CCS 47-43

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The Howard Hustlin Tigers managed to hold off the Chargers of CCS Tuesday night in a 47-43 contest.

The Chargers missed a shot that would have tied the game in the final 10 seconds.  

CCS's Aaron Jones led all scorers with 17 points.  Josh Fikkert had 14 points.

Howard was led by Lorenzo McCauley with 16 points, including three three pointers. 

Terrance Byrd had 13 points for Howard.

 Ryan Rhodes had nine points, all from beyond the arc. 

The CCS girls dominated Howard 53-11 led by 21 points from Joanna Smith. 

Boys Scoring Summary:

CCS 10 17 14 12 - 43

Howard 13 20 10 17  - 47

CCS (43) Jones 17, Fikkert 14, Rhodes 9, Matthews 3
Howard (47) McCauley 16, Byrd 13, Young 5, Strickland 9, Hill 4

Three pointers: CCS (5) Rhodes 3, Matthews 1, Jones 2; Howard (3) McCoauley 3


Girls Scoring Summary:


CCS 15 19 9 10 - 53
Howard 2 2 4 3 - 11


CCS (53) Smith 21, Kelly 8, Royer 8, Hughes 6, Delashmitt 4, Henry 4, Loyal 2
Howard (11) Davis 1, Byrd 2, Gory 2, Hubbard 3, Williams 2

Three pointers: Howard (1) Hubbard 1; CCS (4) Smith 3, Delashmitt 1

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