Evangelista seals Hawks’ win over Wyomissing
Corey Evangelista hit 10- of- 13 free throws in the fourth quarter Tuesday, helping the Hamburg boys basketball team hold off host Wyomissing 49- 39, on Jan. 2.
Evangelista scored a career- high 25 points — he hit four 3- pointers and went 13- for- 17 from the line — as well as pulling down seven rebounds as the Hawks recorded their first win of the season. ( 1- 0, 1- 8) Hamburg ( 1- 0 Berks Conference, 1- 8 overall) led by as many as 16 points in the fourth quarter before Wyomissing ( 0- 1, 2- 5) cut it to seven with 45 seconds left.
Seamus Barter had nine points and 11 rebounds for Hamburg. Julius Jordan led Wyomissing with 12.
TULPEHOCKEN 36, HAMBURG 26 » Abigail Rea and Sydney Himmelberger each scored eight points Tuesday, and Anna Brzostek seven for the Panthers to help them set the pace in the first half and maintain control the rest of the way in their Berks Conference Division III pairing.
Allison Bashore scored a game- high nine points for Hamburg, which cut the deficit to four in the fourth quarter before the Panthers pulled away.
HAMBURG 54, CONRAD WEISER 15 » The Hawks scored 28 straight points Wednesday to finish off their Berks Conference match with the Scouts.
Pins by Benjamin Weidenhammer ( 195) and Logan Herber ( 220) meshed with Andrew Selesky’s technical fall at 152 and major decisions from Tra- vis Colson ( 170) and Reese Mason ( 182) to fuel Hamburg’s late run. The Hawks ( 2- 0, 9- 1) benefited from pins by Parker Davidson ( 106), Cody Reimert ( 113) and Brant Mason ( 138) in the early bouts to build a 26- 15 lead on Weiser ( 2- 2, 7- 3).
OLEY VALLEY 3, HAMBURG0 » The Lynx rode a 2,705- 2,199 team differential to victory over the Hawks in Tuesday’s Berks Conference match.
Brad Hepner rolled a 543 to lead Hamburg ( 0- 3, 3- 12).
HAMBURG 2, OLEY VALLEY 1 » The Hawks were able to claim the Berks Conference victory Tuesday over the Lynx.
Alyssa Noecker rolled a 383 to lead the way for Hamburg ( 2- 1, 3- 12).