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BOWLING GREEN HORNETS Successful debut

Hornets begin play in Russellville with easy victory in front of about 400 fans

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Posted: Saturday, April 27, 2013 2:31 am | Updated: 1:59 pm, Fri Jul 12, 2013.

RUSSELLVILLE — It was a surreal scene Friday night at Russellville High School’s Jim Young Gymnasium.

Former Western Kentucky University point guard Jamal Crook, a month removed from nearly leading the Hilltoppers to an upset over top-ranked Kansas in the NCAA tournament, tossed a thundering alley-oop to his old WKU teammate, Kahlil McDonald.

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  • Bob Dobalina 1 posted at 7:07 am on Sat, Apr 27, 2013.

    Bob Dobalina 1 Posts: 33

    Nice crowd of about 500 people. Pretty high talent level. I saw at least 8 really sick plays that could make the top 10 plays of the day. This team has really good depth and will only get better when they add Squeaky Hampton in about 10 days. Vic Moses, the 2013 NAIA National Player of the Year and National Champion was a man among boys. He will play for big $$ overseas. McDonald and Crook also played really well. Teeng Akold and Tony Key were hampered by foul trouble for most of the night, but played well during limited action.

    Very good quality family entertainment. My family of four spent less than $40 on tickets and food. The Hornets players, coaches and staff put on a quality show. We will go back!