Sheridan avenges home loss to Hornets
The payback tour continued Friday night. This time, it was the Sheridan Yellowjackets’ turn.
Through the first half of the South Conference double round-robin schedule, the Bryant Hornets got on a roll and won six games in a row, mostly against rivals that were much more physically imposing like the Yellowjackets with their front line of 6-7 Austen Theiss, 6-4 Dylan Morris and 6-5 Griffin Smith. Bryant went to Sheridan in the midst of that streak and handed the Jackets a 54-36 thumping.
But on the second run through the league, Sheridan, like J.A. Fair and Pine Bluff before it, turned the tables on the Hornets.
Outscoring Bryant 23-13 in the fourth quarter, the Jackets turned a 5-point game into a 58-43 win, handing the Hornets their fourth straight loss and third in a row against teams they’d beaten before.