A Zane Smith dunk assisted by Parker Huffman seconds after the tip started the Mohawks season on a high note. After taking control in the opening seconds, the Mohawks never looked back. Waldron ran well in transition in the first half and settled into their half court offense for much of the second. The 95 points scored by the Mohawks is the most scored in a win since February of 2001.
In a team effort, Parker Huffman caught fire with a career high 38 points, six assists, six steals, and five deflections. Huffman shot 84.2% from the field, only missing two field goals.Senior Zane Smith recorded a double-double with 12 points, 12 rebounds, in addition to five assists and five deflections. Junior Shawn Cole made the start for Waldron and ran the floor well while scoring 11 points. Senior Cody Beal reached double figures with 11 points while not missing a shot. Junior JT Johns scored six points and brought down nine rebounds. Waldron had 28 assists on 40 made field goals.
The Mohawks are back in action next Tuesday night when they host Bethesda Christian.