White hits 8 threes, nets 28 points in HHS win over Way-Co
WAYLAND — It was Game 1 of a long 2019-20 campaign, but Jackson White and the Red Raiders were in midseason form Saturday night at the first-ever Wayland-Cohocton Hall of Fame Showcase.
White was red-hot, tying a career-high with 28 points and tying a school record with eight three-pointers in Hornell’s 67-41 win over the host Golden Eagles to start the season with a bang.
After a slow start, White did pretty much all of his damage in the final three quarters of play, catching fire from long range as Hornell took command of the game.
“He got going in the second quarter,” said Hornell head coach Kirk Scholes. “He did it all in the last three quarters.”
By the time the fourth quarter rolled around Hornell had built a 49-33 advantage and never looked back.
In addition to the big night shooting the ball, White also had four steals…