Hull was nearly unstoppable from the three-point arc and Norwalk posted 24 points in the Truckers’ 17th win of the season against no losses.
The junior scored six 3-pointers, as Norwalk rolled to a 28-7 lead after the first quarter, en route to a 92-33 win over Port Clinton.
“He’s really a good shooter,” Norwalk coach Steve Gray said. “He put a lot of time in the gym this fall. Tonight he was exceptional, but he really is a good three-point shooter.”
The Truckers, ranked No. 3 in the Division I Associated Press poll, had 11 players score in their 38th consecutive regular season win.
Jeff Thomas, who averages 12.1 points a game, sat out of Saturday’s matchup after sustaining a concussion Monday in practice.
Hull scored on Norwalk’s first possession, and again 20 seconds later to put the Truckers up 6-0 with less than a minute off the clock.
With three minutes left in the first quarter they were up 20-4.
Brock Moore led Port Clinton with 10 points.
The Truckers are also gearing up for what Gray said has become a highly anticipated week of games.
“We have Bellevue on Friday and that is a chance for us to clinch an NOL championship, and that is what we’ve worked for all year,” he said. “The game a lot of people in the area have been looking forward to is Saturday night against Perkins. They’ve got a great team and we are excited about the opportunity to compete two times next week.”
Read more in Sunday's Sandusky Register and Monday's Norwalk Reflector.