A fourth-quarter push by the HHS Knights gave the boys a 65-47 win over Morris Friday night. That win was in  revenge for the 54-35 loss handed to the Lady Knights in the evening opener.
In that first game, the Lady Knights were only able to pick up a dozen points in the entire first half then captured that many in the third period alone.
The fourth quarter saw the HHS girls playing under a real handicap with Maddie and Hanna Gouge and Mykaela Wallace fouled out leaving only three of the Henryetta girls on the floor.
Before being forced to go to the bench, Hanna scored 15 of the 35 HHS points, hitting nine of 10 free throws. Mykaela picked up 10 points for Henryetta followed by Kamarie Wallace with eight and Maddie Gouge, two.
The free throw line was hot for the Knights as they nailed 27 of 36 tries during the evening. Riley Berry only missed one during the evening out of 11 trips while Brannon Murphy sank seven out of 10.
The Knights jumped off to a 19-13 lead at the first half then got in a shootout against the Eagles in the second period. That included a pair of technical fouls called against both teams in the closing minutes of the quarter. Berry picked up his free shot then Morris sank one of two free throws on a second technical. The Eagles would wind up with two technical fouls during the first half.
With less than a minute left in the first half, the Knights were leading by two then the Eagles sank a three pointer with 10 seconds left. Devin Longan drove the ball back to score two giving HHS a  34-33 lead.
The third period was just as close with neither team able to really outshoot the other. Finally in the fourth, the Knights broke free picking up 22 points and allowing only eight for the Eagles.
Berry was the leading scorer for Henryetta with 24 during the night followed by Devin Longan with 19, Brannon Murphy, nine, Kalil Lewis, seven, Heath Konsure three, Braxton Taylor two and Avery Moore, one.