1/11 BBK: Brossart rips Augusta in 'A'

Trentman scores 32 in regional opener

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By John Lachmann
Kypostsports@yahoo.com
Twitter: @rednblackhawks

Brossart opened the All ‘A’ Region 10 tournament in dominant fashion, blowing out Augusta, 78-39 at NKU on Saturday.

Mustangs senior forward Alex Trentman scored 32 points, including 11 in the third quarter, and senior center Drew Burns added 18. Both finished with seven rebounds.

Senior guard Jake Jennings dished for seven assists for Brossart, which won its 12th straight game and will play Monday’s Paris-Bracken County winner at 8 p.m. on Wednesday.

BROSSART 21-18-23-14—76
at AUGUSTA 11-11-12- 4—38

BROSSART (16-1): Jennings 1 0 2, Zai 0 1 1, Hackworth 3 0 8, Rieger 3 0 7, Shannon 2 0 4, Trentman 9 14 32, Kramer 1 1 3, Burns 7 4 18. Totals 26 20 76.

AUGUSTA (10-7): Bach 5 6 16, Jett 1 0 2, Maddox 2 0 6, Whiteman 1 0 2, Shrader 1 0 3, Snapp 0 2 2, Barrett 2 0 5, Tucker 1 0 2. Totals 13 8 38.

3-pointers: B—Hackworth 2, Jennings, Rieger. A—Maddox 2, Shrader, Barrett.

COVINGTON CATHOLIC 63, CORYDON (Ind). 43 – Senior guard Nick Ruthsatz scored 19 points in the final three quarters at the Kentucky-Indiana Hall of Fame Classic at Freedom Hall in Louisville.

Junior forward Bo Schuh finished with 15 points and eight rebounds, and senior center Mark Schult chipped in 12 points and nine boards for the Colonels.

CovCath won the rebounding battle overall, 39-19 and remained unbeaten through 12 games.

CORYDON 14- 4-12-13—43
at COVCATH 8-16-14-25—63

CORYDON (8-1): Kessinger 5 5 15, Frederick 6 0 12, Ti. Wiseman 3 0 7, To. Wiseman 3 0 6, Landen 1 1 3. Totals 18 6 43.

COVCATH (12-0): Ruthsatz 7 4 19, Schuh 7 0 15, Schult 4 4 12, VonHandorf 2 2 6, Heppler 2 0 6, Keller 2 1 5. Totals 24 11 63.

3-pointers: CC—Heppler 2, Ruthsatz, Schuh. CO—Ti. Wiseman.

LEXINGTON CHRISTIAN 56, CAMPBELL COUNTY 43 – Sophomore center Matt Wilson scored 14 points in the Camels’ losing effort.

Senior guard Corey Holbrook added 11 points for Campbell County, hitting a pair of 3-pointers in the third quarter.

LEX. CHRISTIAN 8-13-17-18—56
at CAMPBELL CO. 5-12-17- 9—43

LEXINGTON CHRISTIAN (9-5): Davis 1 0 3, Stein 1 0 3, Schacht 1 2 5, Hill 2 0 4, Rose 4 4 13, Trimble 3 0 6, Young 9 3 21. Totals 21 9 56.

CAMPBELL COUNTY (8-4): Losey 2 0 5, McGovney 1 0 3, Wilson 5 4 14, Jackson 3 4 10, Holbrook 4 0 11. Totals 15 8 43.

3-pointers: LC—Davis, Stein, Schacht, Rose, Young. CC—Holbrook 3, Losey, McGovney. JV: Lexington Christian, 55-29.

BOONE COUNTY 72, BEECHWOOD 45 – Junior center Junior Stockwell led the Rebels in scoring with 16 points and he dished for five assists in the Rebels’ win.

Stockwell scored 10 of his points in the first half to help the Rebels build a 23-point lead heading into the locker room.

Boone County junior guard Brenden Stanley rolled up 14 points and senior forward Hunter Hixenbaugh potted all 10 of his points in the first half.

Hixenbaugh also totaled six of the Rebels’ 22 assists.

BEECHWOOD 10-11-13-11—45
at BOONE CO. 22-22-13-15—72

BEECHWOOD (6-7): Shover 0 2 2, J. Huff 7 0 18, Colosimo 2 0 6, G. Huff 1 0 3, Brock 5 0 14, C. Bright 0 2 2. Totals 15 4 45.

BOONE COUNTY (12-3): Mayberry 6 0 12, Stanley 6 0 14, Stockwell 6 4 16, Hixenbaugh 5 0 10, Ordu 2 1 5, Nash 0 1 1, McDonald 2 0 4, Purnell 2 0 4, Floyd 2 0 4, Donovan 1 0 2. Totals 32 6 72.

3-pointers: BC—Stanley 2. BE—J. Huff 4, Brock 4, Colosimo 2, G. Huff. JV: Boone County, 27-17.

ST. PATRICK 52, SILVER GROVE 47 – Senior Christopher Lambert scored 15 points in the losing effort for the Big Trains.

ST. PATRICK 16- 7-17-12—52
at S. GROVE 11-20-11- 5—47

ST. PATRICK (5-13): Jodrey 2 0 5, Burton 2 6 10, Sticklen 7 2 16, McKay 3 2 8, Brant 4 2 10, Bauer 0 1 1, McCall 1 0 2. Totals 19 13 52.

SILVER GROVE (8-6): Lambert 7 0 15, Turcious 2 1 5, B. Miller 3 3 9, Kuntz 3 3 9, Turner 2 0 4, J. Miller 2 1 5. Totals 19 8 47.

3-pointers: SP—Jodrey. SG—Lambert.


 

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