In one of the biggest rivalry games in the state of Kentucky, Paris and Bourbon locked up in the 2nd game of the Kentucky Bank Shootout at Bourbon County High School in Paris. Paris pushed their weight around with Bourbon County, winning 52-45.
The first half proved to be very physical and a tale of two quarters. The first quarter, Koebe Garrard proved to be a nuisance to the Colonels, scoring 10 of their 11 points. The Greyhounds led at the end of the first 11-6. Bourbon made a strong comeback in the 2nd quarter, Zach Treilobs who had 7 of their 14 in the quarter only to trail by 1 going into the locker room, 21-20.
The 3rd quarter is all Paris needed to close it out behind Garrard and Jekobi Wells. Garrard and Wells combined 11 of 12 for the quarter and led 33-26. The Greyhounds closed out the 4th behind Tayjin Cunningham and James Clark who combined 15 of their 19 for the quarter.
Paris, now 3-1, as Bourbon, falls to 1-3.
Paris – 11 10 12 19 – 52
Bourbon Co - 6 14 6 19 – 45
Paris – Garrard (15), Clark (13), Cunningham (9), Wells (7), Jawan Dumphord (3), O’Bryan (3), Washington (2)
Bourbon Co. – Treilobs (14), Blackburn (11), Sexton (9), Thomas (3), Baker (2), Jones (2), Orcutt (2), Williams (2)
by 1300 Team of Producers,posted Dec 15 2014 10:47AM
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In the first game of the Kentucky Bank Shootout from Bourbon County High School this past Friday night, Wolfe County and Sayre did battle in what turned out to be a great effort from the Wolves and the Spartans. Sayre however proved to be too much of a nuisance for the Wolves, as the Spartans defeated Wolfe County 72-65.
Sayre dominated the game early with the Wolves struggling to find an answer for Quinn Pergande. Pergande had 7 pts and 9 rebounds during the 1st half. With that advantage, Sayre went into the locker room with a 36-24 lead.
The 2nd half was a different story for Wolfe County. The Wolves hit 12 of their 16 threes in the 2nd half. Unfortunately, it was too little, too late. The Spartans were too strong for the 14th region foe going down the stretch, hitting 23 of 28 from the Free Throw Line.
by 1300 Team of Producers,posted Dec 10 2014 10:32AM
Indians rally late, charge pass the Cardinals 60-57
Madison Central and George Rogers Clark renewed their storied rivalry on Tuesday in Winchester at Letcher Norton Gymnasium where the Indians kept their composure down the stretch and defeated the Cardinals 60 – 57.
GRC controlled the boards throughout the first half, but could not overcome Kirk Humphrey and Cameron Thomas for Madison Central. Humphrey and Thomas collected 31 of the Indians 33 points by half time to only lead the Cardinals 33-31.
The Cardinals came out firing in the 2nd half behind the trigger of Damion King (5 points in the 3rd quarter), and holding Humphrey and Thomas to a collective 2 points to take the 44-37 advantage at the horn.
Madison Central took care of the 4th quarter, outscoring GRC 19-7 down the stretch to win 60-57. Humphrey and Thomas combined for 50 of the Indians 60 points and was 13 of 14 from the free throw line in the 4th Quarter. Madison Central, now 3-2 on the young season will travel to Mount Sterling on Thursday to take on the Montgomery County Indians at 6pm. George Rogers Clark, now 2-1, will travel to Fort Mitchell on Friday to take on the Dixie Heights Colonels at 7:30pm.
Madison Central 3-2 (60)- Humphrey 28, Thomas 22, Taylor 6, Miller 2, Williams 2.
George Rogers Clark 2-1 (57)- Greene 17, King 16, Jones 13, Cornelius 5, Davis 4, Sharrock 2.
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