Norfolk Catholic wins first game after shutting down Stanton
Norfolk Catholic - Utter dominance. That was the story of the game for the Norfolk Catholic Knights as they rolled by the Stanton Mustangs 56-9.
The Knights scored the first nine points of the game, highlighted by steals, blocks and offensive rebounds.
Max Hammond got the first quarter going strong with 13 points in the first half, while Braeden Burbach scored 7 in the half.
The Knights continued to steamroll their way to the basket and even found scoring from beyond the arc, with five second half three pointers.
Max Hammond finished the game with 16 points, while Hayden Kelly scored 10 and Aidan Corr put up 8 points. Nolan Fennessy and Braeden Burbach both scored 7.
Mitchell Hupp and Tanner Simmerman both scored 4 points for the Mustangs.
Norfolk Catholic improves to 1-2 on the year after picking up their first win, while Stanton falls to 0-4.