Hayden boys go 1-2 at Manila Tournament
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — To kick off the 2019-20 season, the Hayden High School boys basketball team traveled to Manila, Utah. The Tigers opened the tournament with a win but dropped their next two contests to start the year 1-2.
On Friday, Dec. 6, Hayden’s offense came out strong against Dugway. The Tigers put up 21 points in the first quarter to help build a 32-22 lead at halftime. The third and fourth quarters were closer, but the early advantage helped Hayden earn a 59-51 victory.
On Saturday, the Tigers struggled, trailing 20-9 in the first quarter against Intermountain Christian School. Hayden put up just 32 points in the match with IMC draining 88 points in the win.
Hayden continued to fall short that afternoon with a 65-35 loss to host team Manila.
Manila Utah Tournament
Friday, Dec. 6
Hayden 59, Dugway 51
H 21 11 15 12 — 59
D 12 10 14 15 — 51
Saturday, Dec. 7
Intermountain Christian 88, Hayden 32
IMC 20 22 32 14 — 88
H 9 9 1 13 — 32
Manila 65, Hayden 35
Hayden boys basketball schedule:
- Dec. 6-7: Hayden at Manila Tournament, W vs. Dugway 59-51, L vs. IMC 88-32, L vs. Manila 65-35
- Dec. 13-14: Hayden at Encampment Tournament, 1-2
- Dec. 17: North Park at Hayden, W 42-38
- Jan. 11: Rangely at Hayden, L 66-51
- Jan. 17: Paonia at Hayden, W 47-42
- Jan. 18: Hotchkiss at Hayden, W 43-40
- Jan. 23: Little Snake River at Hayden, L 67-38
- Jan. 24: Hayden at Soroco, L 58-52
- Jan. 25: Hayden at Plateau Valley, L 61-18
- Jan. 31: Vail Mountain at Hayden, L 49-27
- Feb. 1: Hayden at West Grand, L 55-35
- Feb. 11: Vail Christian at Hayden, L 70-55
- Feb. 14: Hayden at Caprock, L
- Feb. 15: De Beque at Hayden, L 58-46
- Feb. 21: Hayden at Meeker, 4 p.m.
To reach Shelby Reardon, call 970-871-4253, email sreardon@SteamboatPilot.com or follow her on Twitter @ByShelbyReardon.
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