‘Dogs domination Hampton has way with Black Knights in 72-52 victory

Published 12:13 am Wednesday, February 12, 2020




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Sometimes no matter what you do, there are those games that one knows from the start that it’s going to be a long night.

Chuckey Doak knew that feeling after playing the first 16 minutes against Hampton and looking up to find themselves in a pretty deep hole 29-13 at the half.

Things didn’t get much better in the second half as Hampton led from start to finish in taking a 20-point win over the Black Knights, 72-52.

The trio of Jordan Bentley, Rocky Croy, and Caleb Oaks got the Bulldogs off on the right foot in the opening half as Bentley rifled in 10 points while Croy pumped in eight and Oaks six.

Morgan Lyons chipped in with a trey while Garret Vines added a field goal in the half.

Corwin Ramsey did his best to keep Chuckey Doak in the contest dropping five points for the Black Knights.

Both teams found their rhythm in the second half offensively as Hampton managed to outgun the host team 22-16 in the third quarter.

Bentley added seven more to his scoring ledger and Oaks six to his. Vines knocked down five in the stanza.

It was a rockem’ sockem’ game in the fourth period as both teams yanked off the offensive gloves to see who would come out on top.

The Black Knights staggered out of the period by outscoring Hampton 23-22 but the damage had already been done in the opening half.

Four Bulldogs finished in double figures in the contest as a strong second half by Oaks allowed the Bulldog to lead all Hampton scorers with 18 points.

Bentley closed out the contest on Oaks heels with 17. Vines contributed 11 points and Croy 10 in the win.

Lyons ended his night with five points with Izaak Hill dropping in four. Dalton Holsclaw sank a trey and Conor Jones added a deuce to wrap up the Bulldog scoring.

The Black Knights were led by Alex Maupin who finished as the game-high scorer with 20 points in the contest.

Ramsey closed out his night with 15 points. Cayden Phillips (5), Tyler Ramsey (5), Kameron Yost (4), and Jameson Cobble (3) closed out the books for Chuckey Doak.