The Hornets return home tomorrow night when they face Ethel in a 6-1A showdown that coach Frank Miller hopes will help them get back on track.
"We need to play in front of the home crowd," Miller said. "We're struggling right now."
On Tuesday both the Hornets and Lady Hornets fell to the French Camp Panthers on the road. The boys lost 57-51 and are now 10-8 on the season.
Miller said the Hornets had 13 first half points but managed to come within one or two points.
Montgomery County will be the host of the 6-1A tournament, which begins in February.