The Riverhawks defeated Washington State Community collage on Jan. 8th winning 120-47. “Tonight was our preparation for the Marietta (College) game,” Coach Louis Roy.
A play known as “fist” was used by the Riverhawks twice in a row. Number 21 Anthony Caplinger scored a three-pointer on both plays. By the end of the first half caplinger had four three-pointers and a total of 18 points followed by #23 Rodney Shawver with 16 points.
Shawver also had a big play for himself. He received a breakaway and then dunked the ball making the score 45-21 Riverhawks.
The Riverhawks reached the 100-point mark when #34 Mitchell Parsons made one of his foul shots.
While Parsons made his foul shot, #45 Cameron Lancaster actually air-balled one of his foul shots. Even though the Riverhawks had a strong lead, the look on Lancaster’s face made it obvious that he couldn’t believe he had air-balled a foul shot.
The next game will be against Marietta on Jan. 10th at Parkersburg High School against Marietta collage.