Posted On: 12/9/19 11:55 PM

Cordova head coach Terrance Scales didn’t give his usual lecture after the Wolfpack defeated Raleigh-Egypt 57-47 Monday night.

Instead, he told his players to leave the locker room as he was so disgusted with the way his team played against a team most felt would lose the game by 30 or more points.

This was probably the ugliest win Cordova (6-1) has had so far this season as its roster has more-than-enough talent to beat lower-tier competition on cruise control.

But, the Pharaohs just play hard, which should be their staple for the rest of the season.

Here are 3 takeaways from the Wolfpack’s win over Raleigh-Egypt:

Raleigh-Egypt got comfortable in its zone defense

Cordova’s guards couldn’t buy a basket. No, seriously. The Wolfpack couldn’t make a shot. That’s the type of night Scales’ team was having. Guys that usually make shots couldn’t put the ball in the ocean. Senior guard K’Juan Banks struggled offensively and sat on the bench for most of the game because of foul trouble. Junior guard RJ Seals and Markelion Hines had nice looks at the basket, but couldn’t get shots to fall.

Junior wing Jordan Hamilton made two

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