“He had a real smooth start to the game,” H-T coach Chris Glennon said of Mudge, who also had eight steals and five assists. “He got out and ran, and had some nice baskets in the first quarter.”
Dylan Legg and Neal Statts contributed 16 points apiece for the Wildcats, who led, 42-15, at halftime. Legg also had five steals and Statts finished with 10 rebounds.
H-T (4-2, 2-1) will travel to South Kortright on Jan. 3.
James Reeves and Nicholas Starheim had 12 and 10 points, respectively, for the J-Hawks.
Schenevus 51, Worcester 22
Sophomore Jacob Darling’s varsity-high 12 points helped host Schenevus improve to 3-0 in the Tri-Valley League.
The Dragons (3-2) also received respective 16- and 15-point nights from Kevin Weinert and Robert Burton.
“It’s nice to see that,” Schenevus coach Kerry Mason said of Darling’s contribution. “It’s not just two guys. Jake did a nice job tonight. He’s a lanky kid, about 6-foot-1. He’s very athletic and did a nice job. He’s getting more comfortable in the low post.”
Darling also had six rebounds and four steals. Burton contributed four steals and Weinert had seven rebounds for Schenevus, which led, 25-3, at halftime.
The Dragons will host Morris on Jan. 4.
Jake Grover had six points to lead Worcester.