High Point handles Kittatinny on hardwood

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  • Kittatinny's Justin Dube dribbles the ball while High Point's Brendan Franko tries to keep pace in the first quarter. Dube scored 11 points.

  • High Point's Tighe Tubito tries to break through Kittatinny defenders in the second quarter. Tubito scored 9 points.

  • Kittatinny's Hunter Rossi dribbles the ball between his legs while covered by High Point's Donald Bassani in the first quarter. Rossi scored 5 points.

  • High Point's Landis French on the move with the ball in the second quarter. French scored 10 points.

  • Kittatinny's Andrew Van Hook handles the ball in the third quarter. Van Hook scored 2 points.

Brandon Franko scored a game-high 27j points leading High Point to a 59-51 win over Kittatinny in tthe second round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Landis French added 10 points for the Wildcats (8-11).

Brian Plath led Kittatinny with 17 points for Kittatinny (12-4) and Justin Dube added 11 points.

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter

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