Eagles tied with Bulldogs...claw deep
Both teams have managed to thread their way through the first four games of district play unscathed.
The Hearne Eagles and Thorndale Bulldogs are on a collision course and it all comes to a head on Tuesday when the two meet for the first time in round one. The Eagles have been playing some of their best basketball since the district began winning by an average of 19 points in their four victories over Holland, Granger, Mumford and Milano. They will have to be ready since the first meeting with the Bulldogs will be in Thorndale.
The Eagles played just a single game last week as they traveled to Milano to play the other group of Eagles in the district. Hearne turned out to be a rude guest as they put a big time whipping on the host team to the tune of 73-51. Hearne wasted little time making a statement in this one, racing out to a 20-10 advantage by the end of the 1st quarter.
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