The Prescott Curley Wolves created an mini winning-streak to pick up victories in their last three battles on the hardwood in senior high boys basketball action last week.
The Prescott Curley Wolves created an mini winning-streak to pick up victories in their last three battles on the hardwood in senior high boys basketball action last week. From their dominating victory over Horatio at home, the Curley Wolves won big on the road against Genoa Central Dragons 58-27, then returned home to defeat Fouke 64-33 to sweep series meeting battling the Jr. Panthers. The Curley Wolves would take their winning-streak back on the road to conclude series play against Nashville, but came up short to the Scrappers 50-20.
This week, the Curley Wolves have more big battles scheduled as they'll take on Ashdown at home then head on the road to face Mena to close out their series meeting for the season.
Head coach Beau Brickell was impressed by the Curley Wolves play in their key victories over Horatio, Fouke and Genoa. Despite falling short on the road to Nashville, Brickell believes the Wolves will compete productively for their final scheduled games leading into the district tournament in February.
CURLEY WOLVES 58, GENOA CENTRAL 27
Prescott seek revenge on the road to defeat the Genoa Central Dragons to even their series meeting at 1-1 on last Monday night in Genoa. The Wolves had a 22-16 lead at halftime, then outscored Genoa 36-11 in the second half for third and fourth quarters combine to secure the 31 point victory. For the game, C.J. Hill led scoring with 18 points and Courtland Mixon had 13 points for double-figures. Quontravious Caldwell added nine points, Trey Rucker finished with four points, Larry Peters, Javell Page and Kylin Haynie each chipped in two points apiece.
CURLEY WOLVES 64, FOUKE 33
The Curley Wolves returned to the Prescott Sports Arena on last Tuesday night to post another huge and dominating victory over the Fouke Panthers 64-33 and sweep the series meeting. Prescott led 22-6 at the end of first quarter action, then outscored Fouke 16-10 in the second. At the break, Prescott led Fouke 38-16 going into the locker room. In the second half, the Curley Wolves outscored Fouke 26-17 for third and fourth quarters combine with a variety of team scoring contributors to secure the 31 point victory at home. For the game, Wolves' Ryan Johnson led scoring with 14 points and Caldwell added 12 points for double-figures. Mixon and Rucker each scored eight points apiece, Hill added six points, Jordan Glass had four points, Page and Tyler Doucet each scored three points apiece. Colby Fountain, Haynie and Derriun Thompson each finished with two points apiece.