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BY JIM COTTER
BATTLE OF THE FALCONS GOES GCMS' WAY – by Tom Benefiel (12-6-13)
The first road game of the season goes the GCMS Falcons way as they beat the Falcons of Flanagan-Cornell, 59-46.
GCMS (5-1) was led in scoring by big Wiley Hasty with 24 points, followed by the 14 points from sophomore James Fairfield. The southern Falcons shot nine foul shots, making four.
F-C (2-3) was led by Jonathan Barth's 13 points, followed by Keegan Bertsche with 11. Bad foul shooting kept the north Falcons from making a game of it at the end as they were only seven of 21 on free-throws.
In the earlier game, it was the younger GCMS Falcons over Flanagan-Cornell, 47-22.
Next up for the boys varsity of GCMS is a game at home against Tri-Valley on December 10th at 6:45 P-M.
GCMS STARTS REGULAR SEASON WITH A BLOW-OUT WIN – by Tom Benefiel (12-3-13)
The GCMS Falcons begin the regular season with a nice win at home as they upend Armstrong-Potomac, 54-24.
Eleven Falcons (4-1) scored in the contest, led by the 14 points by Tyler Hinshaw, followed by the six points each from James Fairfield, Clay Gaesser, and Jake Barnes. GCMS was six of 12 on free-throws.
A-P (1-4) was paced by Sean Johnson's 10 points, followed by four from Cory Burr. They shot eight free-throws, making seven.
BLUE RIDGE BEATS GCMS FOR TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP – by Tom Benefiel (11-30-13)
Too much Michael Plunk for the GCMS Falcons as the Blue Ridge Knights take home the championship in the 42nd Annual GCMS Thanksgiving Tournament.
Leading scorers for the Falcons (3-1) were Tyler Hinshaw with 16 points and James Fairfield with 13. GCMS was six of 12 from the free-throw line.
Senior Michael Plunk scored 26 points for Blue Ridge (4-0), while Will Duggins added 13. At the foul line, the Knights were 16 of 23.
Blue Ridge also won the cheerleading trophy.