Sensational Cubs Crush Crusaders’ Winning Streak

South Fork’s Riley Gallagher scored a team-high 20 points, including six 3-pointers, in Thursday’s big win at St. Bernard’s. [Photo by Ray Hamill/HumboldtSports.com ]

South Fork’s Riley Gallagher scored a team-high 20 points, including six 3-pointers, in Thursday’s big win at St. Bernard’s. [Photo by Ray Hamill/HumboldtSports.com ]

We’ve joined forces with Ray Hamill of HumboldtSports.com to bring you local sports. We’ll be sharing a teaser and a link to his stories here for easy access. Click through to his site for the latest in local action, but here’s a peek into what he has to say about the South Fork Cubs:

The South Fork Cubs sent out a warning to the rest of the Little 4 on Thursday night, running out to a very impressive 68-56 win in boys basketball at St. Bernard’s.

The win was noteworthy for many reasons.

First up, it ends an almost six-year unbeaten run in the Little 4 for the Crusaders, a spell that included 27 consecutive wins and dates back to Jan. 31, 2013.

It also ended a run of 12 straight league wins for the Crusaders over the Cubs.

Most importantly, however, the win was a statement of intent from this year’s South Fork team, and the energy the Cubs played with would suggest they certainly believe they can compete for a league title.

 

 

A full length article explores this upset at HumboldtSports.com

 

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