Brevard looks to bounce back against Huntingdon

Brevard looks to bounce back against Huntingdon

BREVARD, N.C.- Brevard men's basketball will look to pick up its first victory of the season in the first home game on Saturday afternoon against Huntingdon.

The Tornados (0-2) are coming off a 108-92 setback on the road to Warren Wilson, a game where the Owls knocked down 16 3-pointers and had six of their eight players that entered the game record double-digit points.

Through two games Brevard has four players averaging double figure points, including Shelby Parris (16.5), Divese Carson (13), Stevie Williams (12) and Levi Lamb (10.5).

On the defensive end of the floor, the Tornados have hauled in an average of 26.5 defensive rebounds per game, with Markese Lynch and Williams leading the way with 6.5 rebounds per contest, respectively.

Huntingdon (3-1) heads into the contest following a last-second 84-82 victory over Birmingham-Southern on Nov. 27. In four games, the Hawks have already won more games this season than they did all of last year (two).

The Hawks are led on offense by senior T.C. Elmore, who is averaging 16.3 points per game while ranking fourth on the team in rebounds (4.3). Huntingdon's team defense has also played stout throughout the season, ranking third in the USA South Conference in steals (10.8) and fourth in blocks (2.8) per game.

Tip-off is slated for 2 p.m. at Boshamer Gymnasium.