Hornets dealt first defeat by Henninger

F-M unable to hit outside shots against defending AA champs

— Part of it, said Blackford, was F-M's inability to hit outside shots. Normally a strong team from the perimeter, the Hornets only made two 3-pointers all night, bothered by Henninger's variety of defensive looks.

More frustrated than anyone was John Schurman, who managed just 11 points, half his season's average. Tomer Nesher led F-M with 16 points, while Zach Tucker came off the bench to earn eight points.

Supporting Delee, Henninger point guard Tevin Chisholm got 10 of his 14 points in the second half after what Saroney described as a "terrible" first half.

F-M gets another tough road test next Thursday night when it visits Oswego, who has surprised many people with its 6-1 start, including a big 62-57 win at Cicero-North Syracuse just as the Hornets were battling with Henninger.

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