Prescott Curley Cubs showcased by far one of their most impressive wins on the hardwood in front of the hometown fans at the Prescott Sports Arena on last Tuesday night in total domination over the Genoa Central Jr. Dragons, 41-14.

Prescott Curley Cubs showcased by far one of their most impressive wins on the hardwood in front of the hometown fans at the Prescott Sports Arena on last Tuesday night in total domination over the Genoa Central Jr. Dragons, 41-14.
The Curley Cubs got off to a quick and productive start in opening quarter action. Jacaylon Zachery started the surge making a pair of free-throws at the foul line, then Jacobi Nolen posted the game's first basket from the field to give Prescott a 4-0 advantage down to the 5:00 mark in first quarter action. Genoa posted their first points of the game at the 4:32 mark to trail Prescott 4-2. Zachery and Nolen extended the Curley Cubs lead with a couple of buckets 8-2 down to the 2:50 mark. Nolen came right back for his third field goal of the game and Tracy McClinton finished the period with a basket under a minute that gave the Curley Cubs an 12-2 lead over Genoa at the end of first quarter action.
In the second, the Curley Cubs grew their lead to 20-2 down to the 1:55 mark. McClinton, Jace Ingram, Chadrius Haynie, Devin Rash and Nolen all contributed with points scored to extend the Prescott lead to 18 with under two minutes to play in first half action. The Jr. Dragons stopped the Prescott run with a basket at the 1:30 mark, still a ways behind the Curley Cubs trailing 20-4. Nolen added another basket with Rash making a steal in mid-air and fouled to split a pair of free-throws to post Prescott's final points of the first half. Genoa went to the foul line with 5.6 seconds left and make 1-of-2 shots, but the Curley Cubs ended the break leading the Jr. Dragons, 23-5 at halftime.
In the third quarter, the Curley Cubs outscored Genoa 9-6 with Prescott in control 34-11 after three periods of action.
In the fourth, the Curley Cubs finished off the Jr. Dragons adding seven points with Earnest Spencer, Tywan Thompson, Sylvester Flemmons and Zack White all contributing to scoring for Prescott that led to a 27 point Curley Cub victory.
For the game, Prescott's Nolen led all scorers with 12 points in double-figures and just two points shy of equaling Genoa's 14 points scored for the entire game. McClinton followed with six points, Zachery, Spencer and Carsten Poole each scored four points apiece. Rash and Jaylen Young each had three points apiece, Haynie and Flemmons each had two points apiece and Justin Brown contributed a point in Prescott's victory.
Following the Christmas holiday break, the Curley Cubs carry their momentum into the second half of the 2017-18 basketball season to return to junior high hoops January 5, 2018 hosting Mena at the Prescott Sports Arena.