|JV boys go 4-2 throughout stretch|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
HHS boys’ JV basketball team went 4-2 over their last six games played. Wins came over Wiggins, Akron, Caliche and Burlington while the team fell to Yuma and Wray.
Holyoke 52, Yuma 57
The Dragons played host to Yuma Tuesday, Jan. 18 and lost a close 52-57 game. The team fell behind 15-31 at the half but fought back and outscored the Indians 37-26 in the second half.
Deyten Klein led the team with 14 points followed by Brett Cumming 11, Trevor Dalton eight, Logan Zeiler and Jaydin Goldenstein seven, and Logan Tharp five.
Holyoke 61, Wiggins 51
The Dragons hosted Wiggins Friday, Jan. 21 and pulled away with a 10-point victory. The boys never trailed and were led by Klein with 24 points. Goldenstein scored 14, Tharp nine, Dalton seven, Cumming five and Jeremy Loutensock two.
Holyoke 60, Akron 42
Nine players put points on the board as Holyoke rolled over Akron 60-42 Friday, Jan. 28. The Dragons jumped ahead early and continued to pour it on throughout the third quarter.
Tharp led scoring with 19 followed by Cumming 15, Goldenstein eight, Dalton six, Klein four, Loutensock three, Zeiler and Zach Roll two and Phillip Beck one.
Holyoke 67, Caliche 55
Holyoke ended a five-game home stand with a 67-55 victory over Caliche Saturday, Jan. 29. Four Dragons scored in double figures with Klein scoring 18, Cumming 16, Dalton 14, Loutensock 12, Tharp five and Zeiler two.
Holyoke 60, Burlington 37
The Dragons traveled to Burlington Friday, Feb. 4 and came away with a huge 60-37 victory.
Holyoke held a slim 22-21 lead at the half but pulled away in the second half outscoring the Cougars 38-16.
Dalton led the team with 16 followed by Goldenstein 14, Tharp 12, Klein nine, Zeiler six, Ryan Parker two and Tanner Smith one.
Holyoke 38, Wray 62
After suffering just a two-point loss to the Eagles earlier in the season, Holyoke looked for payback but instead lost a 38-62 game Saturday, Feb. 5 on the Eagles home court.
The Dragons fell behind 11-22 after the opening quarter and never could climb back into the game.
Tharp scored 11 points followed by Dalton 10, Klein nine and Cumming eight.