Basketball falls in close match to Salem

G ranville started off with a healthy lead against Salem Friday night but fell behind by the end and suffered a 57-47 loss.

Following a 19-18 first quarter, the Horde pulled ahead in the second quarter for a score of 34-25 at the half. But Salem outscored Granville 22-4 in the third sealing the win despite a close, 10-9 final quarter.

Leading their team were Evan Hoagland with 17 points and Jacob Young with 14. Young had two 3-pointers, while Matt Fuller, Trace Bourn, Cordell Kilburn and Hoagland each shot one.

For the Generals, Jacob Galusha and Josh Steele led their team with 21 and 14 points, respectively.

The Horde is now 1-9 in the league.

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