Midgets can't sustain hot-shooting 1st half, Cook boils Hurley for 52


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Hurley's Isaac DeCarlo takes it to the hoop as Washburn's Sebastian Tenney defends during Friday night's Indianhead Conference game at the Hurley K-12 School.

HURLEY - Hurley scored at Washburn's pace for a half, but they couldn't maintain it for the entire game.

And they couldn't stop Trevor Cook.

Not that anyone else has been able to either.

Cook led the Castle Guards (8-4, 7-3) with 52 points in Friday night's 77-63 Indianhead Conference victory over Hurley (4-9, 4-6).

The 6-1 senior didn't get to the hoop all that often, but boy did he put on a shooting clinic, whether from 3 or mid-range, it didn't matter.

"We didn't give up a ton of layups to him, he just hit a ton of shots over the top of us," Hurley coach Mike Swartz said. "He can just...

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