SETH, W.Va. — The Wahama boys basketball team lost on the road 59-56 Saturday evening to the Sherman Tide.
The White Falcons (8-7) outscored the hosts 19-15 in the first quarter of Saturday’s ballgame.
However, the Tide (10-3) came surging back in the second quarter, scoring 21 points to take a 36-33 lead heading into halftime.
In the second half, it was the White and Red who came out hot, outscoring the home team 16-11 to head into the final quarter with a slim 49-47 advantage.
Ultimately, the Tide outscored the White Falcons 12-7 in the fourth quarter, putting them over the road team to take the victory.
The White and Red had two point leaders in Saturday’s ballgame, with junior Josiah Lloyd and sophomore Sawyer VanMatre both netting 15 points.
Lloyd had three 3-pointers and three field goals while VanMatre notched seven field goals and one free throw.
Rounding out the Wahama scoring were Harrison Panko-Shields with 14 points, Bryce Zuspan with seven points and Ethan Gray with five points.
Leading the Tide was Dalton Rollo, who recorded one 3-pointer, eight field goals and six free throws for a total of 25 points.
The White Falcons will be back on the court at 7 p.m. Tuesday when they host the Hannan Wildcats.
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