Bolding shoots his way into record book

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Alpena’s Bryce Bolding puts up one of his seven three-pointers against Mount Judea.
Photo courtesy of Sarah Marshall

Alpena’s Brock Bolding sure knows how to make a comeback.

The Leopards senior, who had missed most of the season recovering from a knee injury, returned to action with a flurry on Monday, tossing in seven three-pointers in the fourth quarter of an 86-29 victory over visiting Mount Judea.

Derek Walter, assistant executive director of the Arkansas Activities Association, said Thursday that AAA records indicate the most previous three-pointers in a quarter for an Arkansas high school player was six.

Bolding finished with 21 points for Alpena (9-15, 5-6 1A-1). Nicholas Stone added 14 and Trevor Woodworth had 13.


Alpena 71,

Mount Judea 16

Junior Amelya Cook poured in 34 points and Alpena jumped out to a 43-8 halftime lead on the way to a 55-point victory.

Junior Alex Hill added 13 points and classmate Desi Deitrich scored 12 for Alpena (21-6, 9-0 1A-1)

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