Posted On: 11/26/19 11:09 PM


Both the Heritage Hall Chargers and Millwood Falcons ushered in a new season on Tuesday night and like last season, the game was highly competitive and intense.

Heritage Hall increased their level of play in the fourth quarter and pulled out their first win of the regular season, 65-57. There were four players in this game that stood out and helped add fuel to the fire that was this game.

Trey Alexander: The inevitable selection is junior standout Alexander, who had a dominating three quarters, scoring 19 points while adding six assists and seven rebounds. The fourth quarter, however, was special for Alexander where he scored 11 of his 30 total points and carried the Chargers back from a five-point deficit heading into the fourth.

Through the first game, Alexander seemed more in-control than he did last season, yet faster.

Millwood's Isaiah Williams was the star player for Millwood, scoring 24 points. He was neck-and-neck with Alexander until the fourth quarter where he got in foul trouble and only scored two points, which also contributed to the Charger's late comeback.

Williams, who effectively played the point-forward position for the Falcons netted four threes through three quarters and was the

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