West Fork shuts down H-D

A crowd of Hampton-Dumont players surround West Fork’s Brayden Vold in the first half of the Coaches vs. Cancer game last weekend in Sheffield. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

SHEFFIELD – In the blink of an eye, West Fork’s boys’ basketball team, which has hit a hot streak of late, made this game a non-contest during the Coaches vs. Cancer game on Saturday, Jan. 20.

The Warhawks rolled out to a 21-0 first quarter lead and left no doubt to the outcome in the eventual 68-22 final.

And it came on the heels of West Fork playing its third game in three days, two against quality opponents Dike-New Hartford and Mason City Newman on Thursday and Friday for the Warhawks fourth straight win last week, improving to 10-5 overall.

“We played three games in three days, but we kept the energy up, good intensity and the kids executed pretty well,” West Fork coach Frank Schnoes said...

The full story appears in the Jan. 24 print and online editions of the Hampton Chronicle.