High School Football

JV dunk shatters backboard; game called off

QUINCY, W.Va. — Riverside and George Washington were supposed to play basketball Tuesday night but the second half of the JV game and the entire varsity game had to be postponed after a dunk shattered a backboard.

It came in the first half of the JV game with the Patriots leading the Warriors  24-20 with 45 seconds left in the 2nd quarter. Riverside missed a shot and Warriors freshman Braydin Ward went up for a two-hand slam. The result was a shattered board.

So I finally get to see my kid dunk in person!!Hold up. He broke the back board!!!Braydin Ward 33

Posted by Angela Ward on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

GW Junior Varsity Coach Todd Hutchinson said he had to do a double take at first.

“Oh man, first thing I was just shocked, like did that really happen … then I was like well I guess the game is over … which was unfortunate because it was actually turning into a pretty good JV game,” he said.

Ward is listed at 6-5 190 pounds.

No one was injured.

The two schools hope to make up the game later this season.





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