Posted On: 11/26/19 11:28 PM

On a night where fouls and free throws defined a good portion of the first half, the second half was anything but boring. Heritage Hall, led by four-star shooting guard Trey Alexander, knocked off a very good Millwood squad in their home opener. It was a very competitive game that went back and forth up until the very end. Both teams went on crucial runs late and the Chargers made their run last.

Trey Alexander poured in 30 points for Heritage Hall along with six assists and seven rebounds, nearly pulling off the triple double. They most impressive part of his nihht was the way he dominated the second half, particularly the fourth quarter. 11 of his 30 total points came in the fourth quarter alone as he was nearly unstoppable. He got help from point guard Jack Spanier and also Sebastian Perry who had nine of his own. The defining moment for this Heritage Hall team was when they decided to switch from a half court defense to a full court press which featured a box like formation. Millwood never quite figured this out which sparked a big fourth quarter for the Chargers.

Millwood did all they could do

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