Heights Blasts Covenant Behind Six Double-Figure Scorers

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - by special to The Chattanoogan.com

Six of 12 Hamilton Heights players scored in double figures Tuesday night as the Hawks defeated Covenant Christian, 92-70. The Hawks are now 8-2 on the season.

Tre Edwards scored 16 points to lead the Hawks, who enjoyed a 42-29 halftime advantage. Kevaughn Ellis and Wheza Panzo each had 15 points, Jordan Rawls added 13 points, Sampson Ruzhentsev 11 and Uros Plavsic 10.

Evans made three of the Hawks’ eight 3-pointers.

Covenant’s finished with a game-high 24 points.


Covenant Christian             13 16 27 14 – 70

Hamilton Heights                 21 21 22 28 – 92

Covenant Ministries (70) – Iverson Molinar 16, Esimone 2, Eze, Jose Pena 24, Promise Igbanu 12, David Patino 14, Charry 2.

Hamilton Heights (92) – Kevaughn Ellis 15, Farrar, Jordan Rawls 13, Wheza Panzo 15, Tre Edwards 16, Gilgeous-Alexander, Ambrose 3, Tankus, Sampson Ruzhentsev 11, LeGuenne, Jitoboh 9, Uros Plavsic 10.

3-Point Goals – 5 (Molinar 2, Patino 2, Pena 1), Hamilton Heights 8 (Ellis 3, Edwards 2, Ruzhentsev 2, Rawls 1).

(Contact Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com and on Twitter @larryfleming44)

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