December 5, 2016
Basketball Heritage Project, Inc.
NEW MARKET — Cloverdale’s top player may have had a career night against Southmont on Saturday, but the Mounties are off to their best start to begin a season in more than two decades.
With an impressive 83-69 win over the Clovers, Southmont improve to 4-0 for the first time since 1992.
The Mounties used its defense and balanced scoring to overcome Neese’s effort.
The Mounties were led by Kaleb Swick’s 23 points, including 17 in the second half. Cam Chadd added 16, while Ty Williams had 14 and Cole Wemer added 13.
Southmont will travel to undefeated Danville in a key Sagamore Conference showdown on Friday.
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