Hillsboro's Hunter Price is pictured. (HCP Photo/Stephen Forsha)
Hillsboro's Hunter Price is pictured. (HCP Photo/Stephen Forsha)
Though the Hillsboro Indians led at the end of the first quarter on the road at Chillicothe on Friday night, the visitors were unable to be in the lead at the end of the Frontier Athletic Conference game.

Hillsboro led 7-6 at the end of the first frame but were outscored 57-30 the rest of the way for a 63-37 conference loss to the host Cavaliers.

The Indians (1-5, 4-6) had a 3-pointer from Scott, plus two points each from Quintin Captain and Caleb Crawford in their first quarter for a one-point lead at the aforementioned 7-6 score. Scott led the Indians with 17 points in the loss.

CHS (6-0, 11-1) rallied back with 19 points in the second, compared to Hillsboro’s 12 points, putting the Cavaliers ahead 25-19 at halftime. Hillsboro’s 12 points in the second consisted of eight points from Scott, including another 3-pointer. Also in the second, Jakwon Clark sank a basket, as did Crawford.

The Indians had just seven points in the third, with six of those points (including a third 3-pointer) from Scott and two points off a bucket by Brad Miller.

Hillsboro’s 11-point fourth frame saw most of the points scored by Deavin Cumberland with five points, plus two points each from Clark, Price and Crawford.

For the game, the Indians totaled 12 two-point baskets, three 3-pointers and they were 4-of-6 from the free-throw line. Chillicothe collected 25 two-point field goals, three 3-pointers and went 4-of-4 in their free-throw attempts.

The Cavaliers were led by Jayvon Maughmer with 14 points, while Brandon Noel and Tre Beard each tallied 13 points. Also in double-figure scoring was Vincent Roper with 10 points for CHS.