Despite a valiant effort, the Grayville Bison could not cap the shortened 2021 basketball season with a victory.
The GHS boys traveled to Webber last week to close out a season cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the Bison were able to keep things close early on, they suffered a 21-point defeat on the road, 72–51.
In the first period, Grayville trailed by a mere four points, 19–15. By halftime, however, they found themselves behind 38–26. At the end of the third stanza, they were behind by a 56–39 margin.
While dropping the bout against Webber, the Grayville offense did have some bright spots on the court.
Brayden Hatcher accumulated a team-high 22 points. Kameron Worley added 12 points, with Parker Burton netting six. Bryce Koester finished with four points, while Lance Collins ended the night with two to his name.