HANCOCK — Sean Brown exploded for 34 points leading Mountain Ridge past Hancock, 86-43, on Wednesday night in high school boys basketball action.
Brown’s game-high tally — with all 34 points coming in the first three quarters — came on 11 field goals, including three from deep, and 9 for 12 from the free-throw line.
Brady Weimer was the second-leading scorer for the Miners, who had 11 players reach the scoresheet. Weimer added 16 points on seven buckets and 2 of 2 from the line. Nathaniel Washington tacked on 11 points on four field goals, three of which came from three-point territory.
Mountain Ridge led 23-11 at the end of the first quarter and cruised from there, holding a 44-29 lead at halftime and 72-35 advantage entering the fourth.
Justice Allen had 19 points for Hancock.
Mountain Ridge (14-3) hosted Washington on Thursday night and entertains Keyser on Tuesday.