December 11, 2019 - 10:27 AM

Conor Haviland drives into the lane to finish off a fast break on Tuesday against Uniontown. REGISTER/ERICK MITCHELL

HUMBOLDT — Cubs head coach David Taylor expressed his disappointment with his team’s lack of focus during their Tuesday night matchup against Uniontown. Still, Humboldt powered its way to a 67-51 win, even though it wasn’t pretty. 

“I thought they scrapped a hell of a lot better than we did,” Taylor said. “That is not how we do things here.”

Both teams battled back and forth through the first quarter. Josh Hull opened the scoring for Humboldt with back-to-back baskets from the paint, but the Cubs failed to get in their offensive rhythm. Despite the early struggles, Conor Haviland beat the buzzer to give the Cubs a 16-12 lead heading into the second quarter. 

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