Knox Co. Rallies To Win At N. Shelby

By David SharpA fired up North Shelby Raider team grabbed a 26-21 halftime lead during Tri-Rivers Conference boys’ action with Knox County. The Eagles (6-5, 2-1) responded with a 31-15 second half surge and took a 52-41 victory. Mitchel Penn scored 11 points in the final two periods for the visitors.North Shelby’s four guard offense…

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Lady Eagles Win First TRC Contest

By David SharpKnox County (4-6, 1-2 in the Tri-Rivers Conference) turned up their defensive intensity in the second half of a January 8, varsity girls’ basketball game at North Shelby and took a 42-29 victory. The Lady Raiders outscored their guests 14-4 during the second quarter and took a 19-13 advantage to the locker room.The…

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KC Eagles Win Tough Conference Game Over Scotland

By David SharpAn improved Scotland County Tiger boys’ basketball team battled a more experienced Knox County Eagle club on even terms during the first half of a January 11, 2008 Tri-Rivers Conference contest. The Tiger Courtwarming crowd created an electric atmosphere for high school basketball.Dennis Dent led a 12-2 Knox County run starting at the…

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Indians Cruise Past Unity

Indians Cruise Past UnityBy Herb Butler The Clark County Indians opened their first game of the Highland Tournament at 11:30 a.m. taking on the Unity Mustangs.The Indians had a very easy game against the Mustangs as the first quarter Colt Sommers took over inside and scored 7 points, the same as Unity scored. Ethan Allen…

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Lady Indians Fall in Semi Finals

Lady Indians Fall in Semi FinalsBy Herb ButlerThe Clark County Lady Indians went into the semifinals against the Canton Lady Tigers on Thursday night January 3. In the opening quarter Daryle Goldie led the Lady Indians to a 17 point quarter with 6 points, Amanda Winters had 4 and Brooke Wheeler added a 3, and…

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Indians Fall to Highland 57-37

By Herb Butler The Indians took on the host Highland Cougars in the semifinal game on Wednesday, January 2. This game was one of Clark County’s games that nothing could come together.In the opening quarter the Indians scored 11 points. Colt Sommers had 6, and Javis Vineyard had 5, while the Cougars pumped in 22.The…

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Indians Squeak Past Knox Co.

By Herb Butler The Clark County Indians took the court at 9:00 p.m. Friday night against the Knox County Eagle, for third place in the Highland Tournament.The opening quarter saw both teams struggle some on offense, as Knox County took the quarter 12-11. Brian Plenge had a 3, and Javis Vineyard had 4.The second quarter…

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Clark County Edges Eagles For Third Place at Highland Tournament

By David Sharp Both teams battled to the final play of the 36th Annual Highland Tournament boys’ third place game. Clark County forward Michael Brennan got away from Eagle defenders and powered to the goal, giving Clark County a 49-46 lead with 30 seconds remaining in the January 4, 2008 contest.Cory Shultz pulled the Eagles…

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Palmyra Boys Take Semi-Final Victory

By David Sharp Knox County (5-4) responded to an early nine point deficit with a 16-7 second quarter run, tying ninth ranked Palmyra (8-1) at 24 going into intermission. The January 2, 2008 boys’ Highland Tournament championship semi-final match saw Panther junior guard Jonathon Nutt pour in a Highland Tournament single game record 40 points.…

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