The homecoming game at the Tigers Gym was a night to remember. Senior guard Bubba Leavell was crowned king, and the celebration only intensified when the Hopkinsville Tigers blew out their opponents, the Fort Campbell Falcons, 90 to 40. It was a dominant performance from the Tigers, showcasing the sheer talent and skill of the team. From the raucous cheers from the crowd to the high-flying dunks from the players, it was a display of excellence from the Tigers that was impossible to ignore. With the victory, Hoptown has shown its ability to put a complete game together.
King Bubba had an exceptional performance tonight, dazzling fans with his exceptional ball handling and shooting. He recorded 14 points, pushing him ever closer to the 1,000-point mark. Williams also put on a show, thrilling the crowd with his numerous ferocious dunks and impressive blocks. His impressive athleticism left the fans in awe and was a sight to behold. His talent and skill were fully displayed, making it a night that fans will never forget.
The Tigers put on a shooting clinic on the court, nailing 16 three-pointers, with Kemarion Smith leading the charge with five. Their ball movement was excellent, as they quickly and accurately identified open players and got the ball to them. This allowed them to find open looks and capitalize on them, resulting in an excellent shooting night.
With a solid lead, Coach Anthony Babb rested his starters, allowing his young Tigers to take the floor. The sophomores stepped up to the challenge and led the way for their team. DeAvery Ramey, off the bench, contributed ten points, while newly crowned Sophomore King Kentrell Adams had an impressive performance of six points, all from three-pointers. With their hard work and determination, the Tigers would pull ahead and end the game with a fifty-three-point lead.