RECAP: Hurricanes stave off comeback, beat KW Titans at home

RECAP: Hurricanes stave off comeback, beat KW Titans at home

Despite almost being outscored in the second half, the Halifax Hurricanes grabbed a double-digit win against the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans at Scotiabank Centre on Tuesday night. 

The Hurricanes won their sixth game in a row 122-112 against the visiting Ontario team. 

Antoine Mason rejoined the Hurricanes lineup after missing the last two games for injury. He wasted no time getting to back to work. He led with a game-high 24 points off 50 per cent shooting. 

He was joined by four other Hurricanes who scored in double figures, chiefly CJ Washington who netted 21 points, Billy White with 18 and Ta'Quan Zimmerman with 15 points. 

With the win, the Hurricanes tied the London Lighting for the best record in the lead at 20-9. 

Tuesday's game but sponsored by Killam REIT. 

The Hurricanes are back on the road again later this week. They will play in Charlottetown against the Island Storm on Thursday, March 1 then in Saint John, New Brunswick against the Riptide on Friday, March 2. 

The next Hurricanes home game is on March 15, hosting the Moncton Magic. 

Tickets are available at the Ticket Atlantic Box Office or online.