Posted On: 01/30/19 7:30 AM

Delaware Hayes picked up a victory over Mt. Vernon 56-32 on Tuesday night. 

The Pacers got off to a 19-14 lead after a quarter. Senior Terin Kinsway was off to a hot start with 10 of his 13 points coming in the opening quarter. 

Then, in the second quarter, Hayes kept it rolling. The Pacers went to the half leading Mt. Vernon 29-18, a dominant first half on the defensive end for Delaware. 

In the third quarter, Hayes was able to blow the door off of the game. Taking a 40-22 lead to the final period. In which, they would go on to win comfortably.

Nate Griggs led the way with 19 points, 13 coming in the second half. For Mt. Vernon, Blake Meyers was their best player, totaling eight points and six rebounds. 

Five Game Questions:

1. What led Delaware Hayes to the route of Mt. Vernon?

Hayes executed a solid game plan, which was easily noticeable. Running a tough zone majority of the time, the Jackets weren’t able to get in the middle of it often. Also, Hayes ramped up some full court pressure which gave the away

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