12/20 BBK: Campbell, Dixie win in OT

Wilson lifts Camels in third extra session

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

Sophomore center Matt Wilson hit a field goal late in overtime to lift Campbell County to a 75-73 triple overtime win over Betsy Layne in the Derby Classic at Raceland on Friday.

Wilson rolled up 23 points and 14 points in the Camels’ win.

Junior guard Deandre Jackson tacked on 18 points for Campbell County.

Bobcats junior Peyton Case finished with a game-best 34 points.

B. LAYNE 19-13-10-13-4-8-6—73
CAMPBELL 24-7-10-14-4-8-8—75

BETSY LAYNE (6-1): Hamilton 1 0 2, Meade 6 3 18, Case 11 10 34, Rogers 1 0 2, Tockett 1 6 8, Maldonado 0 2 2, Daniels 3 1 7. Totals 23 22 73.

CAMPBELL COUNTY (5-1): Losey 5 1 14, Geiman 3 0 7, McGovney 2 3 8, Wilson 9 5 23, Jackson 5 6 18, Day 1 1 3, J. Franzen 1 0 2. Totals 26 16 75.

3-pointers: CC—Losey 3, Jackson 2, Geiman, McGovney. BL—Meade 3, Case 2.

DIXIE HEIGHTS 46, LOUISVILLE MALE 44 – Junior guard Drew Moore laid in a shot in the lane after grabbing a loose ball with 10 seconds remaining to win the game for the Colonels in the Stop DWI Classic at Holmes.

Male was fouled with 0.6 seconds remaining but missed both free throws.

Senior guard Brandon Hatton scored 20 points for Dixie Heights and Moore tallied 12.

MALE 15-12-9-8—44
DIXIE 8-15-12-11—46

MALE (1-5): Parker 5 4 14, Scott 3 4 12, Julien 2 2 6, Williams 2 0 4, Baker 1 0 2, Brasher 1 0 2, Shannon 1 0 2, Leon 1 0 2. Totals 16 10 44.

DIXIE HEIGHTS (3-2): Hatton 5 7 20, Moore 5 2 12, Hedger 3 0 6, Bolin 2 1 5, Schreck 1 0 2, Rabe 0 1 1. Totals 16 11 46.

3-pointers: DH—Hatton 3. M—Scott 2. 

HOLMES 78, LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN 47 – Bulldogs Sophomore guard Markel McClendon scored 11 points in the second quarter and 19 overall in the Stop DWI Classic at Holmes.

McClendon hit all five of his 3-pointers in the first half, going 5-for-7 from behind the arc.

Junior guard James Bolden tacked on 17 points for Holmes, which hit 12 treys en route to its seventh straight win.

SOUTHERN 11-10-12-14—47
at HOLMES 24-26-18-10—78

SOUTHERN (1-5): Andrews 5 4 14, Warren 3 1 7, Kelly 3 1 7, Burdick 2 0 4, Marshall 1 2 4, Wilson 1 0 3, Thixton 0 2 2, Hill 0 2 2, Hasty 1 0 2, Burks 1 0 2. Totals 17 12 47.

HOLMES (7-0): McClendon 6 2 19, Bolden 3 8 17, Chames 5 3 13, Housley 3 4 10, Glover 3 1 10, Hills 2 0 4, Revels 1 0 3, Brolley 0 2 2. Totals 23 20 78.

3-pointers: H—McClendon 5, Bolden 3, Glover 3, Revels. S—Wilson.

CONNER 52, RYLE 42 – Senior Samuel Hemmerich hit a pair of 3-pointers during the decisive third quarter that saw the Cougars extend a three-point halftime lead to 14.

Hemmerich led all scorers with 18 points, and junior guard Nic Watts added 13 for Conner.

Senior center Will Stuhr posted 12 points for the Raiders.

RYLE 9-8-2-23—42
at CONNER 14-6-13-19—52

RYLE (4-3): Owens 3 1 7, King 4 0 8, Allen 3 0 6, White 2 2 7, Rice 1 0 2, Stuhr 6 0 12. Totals 19 3 42.

CONNER (3-2): Watts 4 4 13, Scott 1 2 4, Way 3 0 6, Ruholt 1 1 3, Lamblez 1 6 8, Hemmerich 6 4 18. Totals 16 17 52.

3-pointers: C—Hemmerich 2, Watts. R—White. JV: Conner, 46-44.

BROSSART 51, HIGHLANDS 42 – Senior forwards Alex Trentman and Austin Shannon combined for 13 points in the first quarter that saw the Mustangs jump out to a 14-point lead.

Trentman, who scored 20 points, poured in seven in the opening stanza.

Bluebirds senior guard Brendan Buten rolled up a game-best 22 points.

BROSSART 17-16-3-10—51
at HIGHLANDS 3-20-9-10—42

BROSSART (6-1): Jennings 2 0 5, Hackworth 1 0 2, Rieger 2 4 10, Shannon 3 1 8, Trentman 5 10 20, Burns 1 4 6. Totals 14 19 51.

HIGHLANDS (0-4): Buten 8 3 22, Harris 1 1 3, Weyer 2 0 5, Houliston 1 0 2, A. Hergott 0 1 1, B. Hergott 3 0 9. Totals 15 5 42.

3-pointers: B—Rieger 2, Shannon, Jennings. H—Buten 3, B. Hergott 3, Weyer. JV: Brossart, 22-20.

OWEN COUNTY 57, HENRY COUNTY 40 – Sophomore forward Carson Williams tallied 20 points, 19 rebounds and four blocks in the Rebels’ win over the previously unbeaten Wildcats.

Williams scored 12 of his points in the third quarter, which saw Owen County extend its four-point halftime lead to 22.

Senior guard Hunter Trenary added seven points in the third quarter and 14 overall for the Rebels.

HENRY COUNTY 8-7-3-22—40
at OWEN COUNTY 11-8-21-17—57

HENRY COUNTY (6-1): Cruse 2 1 7, New 1 0 2, Estes 3 1 9, Young 4 1 9, Jameson 1 0 2, Aneszko 3 0 7, Jeffries 1 0 2, Tuggle 1 0 2. Totals 16 3 40.

OWEN COUNTY (5-1): T. Trenary 0 6 6, Ball 1 2 5, Duvall 0 1 1, H. Trenary 5 2 14, Lykins 1 0 2, Williams 7 6 20, Tackett 2 4 9. Totals 16 21 57.

3-pointers: OC—H. Trenary 2, Tackett. HC—Cruse 2, Estes 2, Aneszko.

SIMON KENTON 78, WALTON-VERONA 54 – Senior guard/forward Taylor Morrison finished with 20 points to lead the Pioneers.

Senior forward Alex Childers hit a pair of threes in the first and third quarters and added 14 points for Simon Kenton, and junior center Grant Vercheak chipped in 11 points.

S. KENTON 19-19-21-19—78
at WALTON 16-7-12-19—54

SIMON KENTON (5-1): Pracht 0 2 2, Heflin 2 2 7, Racke 1 1 3, Vercheak 4 3 11, Morrison 9 0 20, Cottrell 1 0 2, Dougherty 1 0 2, Mullins 0 3 3, Childers 6 0 16, Robinson 2 1 6, Sammons 1 1 3, Hawkins 1 0 3. Totals 28 13 78.

WALTON-VERONA (2-5): Seither 1 2 4, Taulbee 1 4 6, Sullivan 1 2 4, Thompson 1 0 2, S. Evans 4 8 16, Kinmon 3 2 8, Kirby 1 0 2, Catlett 2 1 5, Townsend 1 5 7. Totals 15 24 54.

3-pointers: SK—Morrison 2, Heflin, Robinson, Hawkins. JV: Simon Kenton won.

BEECHWOOD 63, BRACKEN COUNTY 50 – The Tigers erased a four-point halftime deficit in their first game at the Swauger Tournament.

Beechwood junior guard Conner Brock was 6-for-6 from the foul line in the second half, and senior guard Max Shover scored eight of his team-high 16 points after the break.

Junior guard Jacob Huff also scored 16 points for the Tigers, and Brock finished with 14.

Austin Crawford scored 15 points in the first half and a game-high 22 overall for the Polar Bears.

BRACKEN CO. 18-8-7-17—50
BEECHWOOD 15-7-16-25—63

BRACKEN COUNTY (4-2): Crawford 5 11 22, Haight 2 0 5, Hamilton 4 0 11, May 3 0 6, Fite 3 0 6. Totals 17 11 50.

BEECHWOOD (2-2): Stokes 4 0 8, Shover 5 6 16, Huff 5 4 16, Colosimo 1 0 3, Toebbe 2 0 4, Brock 3 6 14, C. Bright 1 0 2. Totals 21 17 61.

3-pointers: BE—Huff 2, Brock 2. BR—Hamilton 3, Crawford, Hite.

CHATHAM (Ont.) JOHN McGREGOR 61, DAYTON 58 – Senior forward Austin Brockman hit a pair of free throws with 4.4 seconds left in the fourth quarter to force overtime, but the Greendevils fell in the extra session at the Swauger Tournament.

Junior guard Derek Lyons led Dayton with 17 points, and Brockman finished with 15.

J.McGREGOR 9-15-19-11-7—61
DAYTON 12-14-10-18-4—58

JOHN McGREGOR (7-1): Rush 1 2 4, Drew 2 0 4, List 5 1 13, Gagner 2 3 9, Anderson 4 0 11, VanDusen 1 2 5, Butcher 3 0 8, Brady 3 1 7. Totals 21 9 61.

DAYTON (1-4): Hayes 3 0 7, McDaniel 1 3 5, Lyons 6 4 17, Wear 3 2 10, Grimme 0 2 2, Brewer 1 0 2, Brockman 4 7 15. Totals 18 18 58.

3-pointers: JM—Anderson 3, List 2, Gagner 2, Butcher 2, VanDusen. D—Wear 2, Hayes, Lyons.

ST. HENRY 60, LUDLOW 40 – Junior guard Connor Kunstek paced the Cougars with a team-best 14 points.

Senior forward Jordan Noble added 10 points for St. Henry, which won its third straight game.

Panthers senior forward Mitchell Cody led all scorers with 16 points.

LUDLOW 8-9-11-12—40
at ST.HENRY 16-13-12-19—60

LUDLOW (3-3): Mitchell 1 0 2, Thornsburg 1 0 2, Cody 6 3 16, Roark 3 2 9, Howard 0 4 4, Furnish 1 0 2, Hart 1 2 5. Totals 13 11 40.

ST. HENRY (4-2): Plummer 2 1 5, Goetz 3 3 9, Cantrall 1 0 3, Wallenhorst 4 0 8, Jo. Noble 3 3 10, Rechtin 3 2 9, Ja. Noble 0 2 2, Kunstek 5 4 14. Totals 21 15 60.

3-pointers: SH—Cantrall, Jo. Noble, Rechtin. L—Cody, Roark, Hart. JV: St. Henry, 51-48.

 

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