IJAMSVILLE, Md. -- North Hagerstown made a go of it during the first half of Thursday's boys basketball contest against Urbana, but the Hawks had too much firepower in the second half and walked off with a 77-48 victory over the Hubs.
Urbana (9-9) celebrated Senior Night with a 42-20 advantage in the second half, handing the Hubs (5-14) their worst loss of the season.
After not hitting their first field goal until midway through the first period and trailing 16-9 at the end of the quarter, the Hubs fought back by eliminating some sloppy passing and nearly took the lead in the second.
"We had some shot selections early that weren't in the offense, but we began to move the ball well and attack offensively and played well for the most part in the first half," said North coach Kevin Hartman.