Struggles on offense hurt Woodmen in loss to Mooresville




Visiting Mooresville was held to less than 60 points for only the seventh time this season, but the Pioneers improved to 17-4 Friday night by earning their fourth straight boys basketball win, a 58-39 decision at Greenwood.

The Woodmen (6-12), who made only 13 field goals and connected on less than 50 percent of their free throws, lost their second consecutive game.

“All-in-all, we defended them pretty well,” Greenwood coach Bruce Hensley said. “They’re a really good offensive team, and for the most part, we kept them in check.

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