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Sunday, 28 February 2016
43rd District Tournament (Boys & Girls) February 23, 24, 25, and 26, 2016
Topic: Basketball

 

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43rd District Tournament (Boys & Girls)

Hosted by Lafayette High School

Lafayette High School

Lexington, KY

February 22, 23, 24, & 26, 2016

 

February 22nd

 

Lexington Christian Academy vs. Tates Creek (Girls)

 

Lexington Christian Academy coach Kent Miller started the following lineup: 5-8 Fr. Grace Combs, 5-8 So. Payton Rodgers, 5-8 Jr. Charis Hill, 5-5 Sr. Hannah Sue Hartley, and 5-7 Jr. Sydney Weeks.  Tates Creek coach Jan Perkins countered with 5-7 Sr. Shaytara Wilson, 5-5 Fr. Shania Taylor, 5-10 Jr. Desirae Brown, 5-3 Jr. Nave Winn, and 5-4 Sr. Kira Turner.

 

Lexington Christian Academy defeated Tates Creek by a score of 51-48.  The score was tied five times and there were five lead changes in this game.  LCA shot 30.6% from the field including three of 10 from the three point line.  The Lady Eagles connected on 18of 22 free throws, pulled down 42 rebounds, and scored six points off 10 Tates Creek turnovers.  Tates Creek shot 30% from the field including four of 19 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Commodores connected on 14 of 21 free throws, pulled down 33 rebounds, and scored 12 points off 16 LCA turnovers.

 

Grace Combs led LCA with 17 points including eight of ten free throws and four steals.  Sydney Weeks added 16 points including seven of eight free throws and seven rebounds.  Charis Hill recorded eight points and seven rebounds.  Payton Rodgers chipped in with five points, nine rebounds, and four blocked shots.

 

Shaytara Wilson led Tates Creek with 11 points, nine rebounds, and two blocked shots.  5-5 So. Tamira Watts also scored 11 points.  Nave Winn chipped in with seven points.

 

Lexington Christian,15,11,14,11,51

Tates Creek,9,22,7,10,48

 

Lexington Christian (51) – Combs 17, Rodgers 5, Hill 8, Hartley 3, Weeks 16, Shelton 2.

 

Tates Creek (48) – Wilson 11, Taylor 4, Brown 2, N. Winn 7, Turner 3, Watts 11, Nsimpasi 4, L. Winn 3, Abdus-Salam 3.

 

Tates Creek vs. Lexington Christian Academy (Boys)

Tates Creek coach Michael Allen started the following lineup: 6-3 Jr. Robert Gardener, 6-2 Jr. Decotah Fay, 6-4 Jr. Isaiah Patterson, 6-1 Fr. Isaiah Allen, and 6-1 So. Eric Boone.  Lexington Christian Academy coach Nate Valentine countered with 6-5 So. Carter Hendrickson, 6-5 Fr. Kyle Rode, 6-4 So. Austin Hall, 6-1 Fr. Isaiah Hunt, and 6-2 Sr. Trevor Hill.

 

Lexington Christian Academy defeated Tates Creek by a score of 62-50.  LCA shot 45.7% from the field including five of 16 from the three point line.  The Eagles connected on 15 of 18 free throws, pulled down 41 rebounds, and scored 17 points off 12 Tates Creek turnovers.  Tates Creek shot 26.5% from the field including five of 16 from beyond the arc.  The Commodores connected on 19 of 26 free throws, pulled down 21 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 21 LCA turnovers.

 

Kyle Rode led LCA with 25 points, 12 rebounds, and six assists.  6-6 Jr. Tre King added 17 points, nine rebounds, four assists, and two blocked shots.  Trevor Hill recorded nine points on three three point baskets, five rebounds, and four assists.

 

Eric Boone led Tates Creek with 23 points, six rebounds, four assists, and six steals.  Decotah Fay added 11 points and six rebounds.  Isaiah Allen chipped in with eight points.

 

Tates Creek,8,14,10,18,50

Lexington Christian,11,15,18,18,62

 

Tates Creek (50) – Gardener 1, D. Fay 11, Patterson 7, Allen 8, E. Boone 23.

 

Lexington Christian (62) – Hendrickson 4, Rode 25, Hall 3, Hunt 3, Hill 9, Dalton 1,

King 17.

 

February 23rd

 

Lexington Catholic vs. Paul Laurence Dunbar (Girls)

 

Lexington Catholic coach Scott True started the following lineup: 5-9 Jr. Laken Pinkerman, 5-5 Fr. Jay Ballard, 5-9 Sr. Sarah Bonn, 5-5 So. Ashley Frebis, and 5-7 Sr. Caroline Osbourn.  Paul Laurence Dunbar coach Nick Runyon countered with 5-10 Jr. Autumn Herriford, 5-8 So. Anaiyah Cotton, 5-8 So. Peyton Humphreys, 5-4 So. Mashayla Cecil, and 5-7 Jr. Ella Sympson.

 

Lexington Catholic led 32-21 in the third quarter but Paul Laurence Dunbar outscored the Lady Knights 17-5 in the final quarter to earn a 45-41 come-from-behind victory.  The score was tied four times and there were four lead changes in the game.  Dunbar shot 42.5% from the field including three of nine from the three point line.  The Lady Bulldogs connected on eight of nine free throws, pulled down 30 rebounds, and recorded 11 points off seven Lexington Catholic turnovers.  Lexington Catholic shot 34.1% from the field including three of 13 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Knights connected on eight of 12 free throws, pulled down 26 rebounds, and scored nine points off 11 Dunbar turnovers.

 

Autumn Herriford led Dunbar with 20 points including two three point baskets, five rebounds, four assists, and two steals.  Mashayla Cecil added 13 points including six of six free throws.  Peyton Humphreys recorded six points, seven rebounds, and four blocked shots.  Anaiyah Cotton chipped in with six points, seven rebounds, and two blocked shots.

 

Caroline Osbourn led Lexington Catholic with 13 points, nine rebounds, and four assists.  5-6 So. Maya Jazdzewski added eight points,  Jay Ballard and Laken Pinkerman scored seven points each.

 

Lexington Catholic,10,15,11,5,41

Paul Laurence Dunbar,15,4,9,17,45

 

Lexington Catholic (41) – Pinkerman 7, Ballard 7, Bonn 2, Frebis 4, Osbourn 13, Jazdzewski 8.

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar (45) - Herriford 20, Cotton 6, Humphreys 6, Cecil 13, Simpson 0.

 

Lafayette vs. Lexington Catholic (Boys)

 

Lafayette coach Mike Mendenhall III started the following lineup: 6-0 Sr. Harrison Lane, 5-10 Jr. Chris Wharton, 6-6 Sr. Ross Jenkins, 5-10 Sr. Jaelin Jenkins, and 5-10 So. Eric Powell.  Lexington Catholic coach Brandon Salsman countered with 6-5 So. Zan Payne, 6-3 So. TC Price. 6-6 Jr. Pete Whitman, 5-11 Sr. Donovan Morris, and 6-4 Jr. Luke Johnson.

 

Lafayette defeated Lexington Catholic by a score of 55-48.  Lafayette shot 45.9% from the field including seven of 20 from the three point line.  The Generals connected on 14 of 24 free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 19 Lexington Catholic turnovers.  Lexington Catholic shot 34.6% from the field including five of 23 from beyond the arc.  The Knights connected on seven of nine free throws, pulled down 33 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 16 Lafayette turnovers.

 

Harrison Lane led Lafayette with 21 points including five three point baskets and five rebounds.  Lane was six of nine from the field including five of eight from beyond the arc and four of five free throws.  Chris Wharton added 13 points and four assists.  Ross Jenkins recorded 11 points, 12 rebounds, and four blocked shots.  6-0 Jr. Cameron Greenup chipped in with 10 points.

 

Zan Payne led Lexington Catholic with 14 points, 10 rebounds, and five steals.  Luke Johnson added 14 points, six rebounds, two blocked shots, and four steals.  TC Price recorded nine points on three three point baskets.

 

Lafayette,19,9,9,18,55

Lexington Catholic,7,18,9,14,48

 

Lafayette (55) – Lane 21, Wharton 13, R. Jenkins 11, J. Jenkins 0, Powell 0, Greenup 10.

 

Lexington Catholic (48) –Payne 14, Price 9, Whitman 4, Morris 2, Johnson 14, Ogbogu 5.

 

February 24th

 

Lexington Christian Academy vs. Lafayette (Girls)

 

Lexington Christian Academy coach Kent Miller started the following lineup: 5-8 Fr. Grace Combs, 5-8 So. Payton Rodgers, 5-8 Jr. Charis Hill, 5-5 Sr. Hannah Sue Hartley, and 5-7 Jr. Sydney Weeks.  Lafayette coach Allison Denton countered with 5-10 Fr. Lindi DeBilzan, 5-11 Jr. Kiara Pankins, 5-9 Sr. Aisha Conwell, 5-6 So. Terri Abram, and 5-9 So. Caroline Bennett.

 

Lafayette defeated Lexington Christian Academy 53-20.  Lafayette shot 28.85 from the field including three of 20 from the three point line.  The Lady Generals connected on 16 of 22 free throws, pulled down 49 rebounds, and scored 21 points off 22 LCA turnovers.  LCA shot 12.5% from the field including three of 15 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Eagles connected on five of six free throws, pulled down 37 rebounds, and scored nine points off 12 Lafayette turnovers.

 

Kiara Pankins led Lafayette with 16 points including 12 of 16 free throws, eight rebounds, 11 blocked shots, and two steals.  Lindi DeBilzan added nine points and four rebounds.  Caroline Bennett recorded six points, 11 rebounds, two blocked shots, and four steals.  Aisha Conwell chipped in with six points and nine rebounds.  5-9 So. Tekiya Gar-Carter added six points, five rebounds, and five steals.

 

5-2 8th Grade Jaylin McClanahan led LCA with six points.  Sydney Weeks and Grace Combs added five points each.  Charis Hill recorded four points and seven rebounds.  Payton Rodgers pulled down eight rebounds.

 

Lexington Christian,4,7,3,6,20

Lafayette,12,13,15,13,53

 

Lexington Christian (20) – Combs 5, Rodgers 0, Hill 4, Hartley 0, Weeks 5, McClanahan 6.

 

Lafayette (53) – DeBilzan 9, Pankins 16, A. Conwell 6, Abram 6, Bennett 6, Gar-Carter 6, I. Conwell 4.

 

Lexington Christian Academy vs. Paul Laurence Dunbar (Boys)

Lexington Christian Academy coach Nate Valentine started the following lineup: 6-5 So. Carter Hendrickson, 6-4 So. Austin Hall, 6-6 Jr. Tre King, 6-2 Sr. Trevor Hill., and 6-5 Fr. Kyle Rode.  Paul Laurence Dunbar coach Scott Chalk countered with 6-4 Sr. Darius Williams, 6-4 Sr. Justin Kelley, 6-5 Jr. Dontell Brown, 6-0 Sr. Jordan Lewis, and 6-3 Jr. Taveion Hollingsworth.

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar raced out to a 21-12 first quarter lead on their way to a 71-56 victory over Lexington Christian Academy.  Dunbar shot 44% from the field including nine of 20 from the three point line.  The Bulldogs connected on 18 of 23 free throws, pulled down 20 rebounds, and scored 26 points off 17 LCA turnovers.  LCA shot 51.2% from the field including seven of 17 from beyond the arc.  The Eagles connected on seven of seven free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored seven points off four Dunbar turnovers.

 

Taveion Hollingsworth led Dunbar with 24 points including three three point baskets and seven of eight free throws.  Darius Williams added 21 points including four three point baskets.  Jordan Lewis recorded 13 points, five assists, and four steals.  Dontell Brown chipped in with 10 points and five rebounds.

 

Kyle Rode led LCA with 24 points including four three point baskets, nine rebounds, and five assists.  Trevor Hill added 12 points, three rebounds, and four assists.  Tre King recorded nine points, five rebounds, and three blocked shots.

 

Lexington Christian Academy,12,14,11,19,56

Paul Laurence Dunbar,21,13,16,21,71

 

Lexington Christian Academy (56) – Hendrickson 4, Hall 7, King 9, Hill 12, Rode 24.

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar (71) – Williams 21, Kelley 2, D. Brown 10, Lewis 13, Hollingsworth 24, Gadd 1.

 

 

February 26, 2016

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar vs. Lafayette (Girls) (Championship)

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar coach Nick Runyon started the following lineup: 5-10 Jr. Autumn Herriford, 5-8 So. Anaiyah Cotton, 5-8 So. Peyton Humphreys, 5-4 So. Mashayla Cecil, and 5-8 Fr. Cheyenne Fullwood.  Lafayette coach Allison Denton countered with 5-10 Fr. Lindi DeBilzan, 5-11 Jr. Kiara Pankins, 5-9 Sr. Aisha Conwell, 5-6 So. Terri Abram, and 5-9 So. Caroline Bennett.

 

Lafayette defeated Paul Laurence Dunbar by a score of 61-45.  The score was tied 24-24 at halftime but Lafayette shot 58.3% from the field after the intermission compared to 18.8% for Dunbar.  Lafayette shot 45.1% from the field including two of five from the three point line.  The Lady Generals connected on 13 of 18 free throws, pulled down 43 rebounds, and scored 14 points off 13 Dunbar turnovers.  Dunbar shot 25.9% from the field including six of 16 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Bulldogs connected on 33 rebounds, and scored 13 points off 15 Lafayette turnovers.

 

Kiara Pankins led Lafayette with 24 points, 12 rebounds, and two blocked shots.  Terri Abram added 12 points , four rebounds, and seven assists.  Lindi DeBilzan recorded 10 points, four assists, and three blocked shots.  Caroline Bennett chipped in with seven points, seven rebounds, and three steals.  Aisha Conwell added six points and nine rebounds.

 

Mashayla Cecil led Dunbar with 22 points including four three point baskets.  Autumn Herriford added 17 points, four rebounds, three assists, and two locked shots.  Anaiyah Cotton pulled down 14 rebounds.

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar,12,12,12,9,45

Lafayette, 16,8,17,20,61

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar (45) – Herriford 17, Cotton 0, Humphreys 4, Cecil 22, Fullwood 0, Simpson 2.

 

Lafayette (61) – DeBilzan 10, Pankins 24, A. Conwell 6. Abram 12, Bennett 7, Gar-Carter 2.

 

Kiara Pankins (Lafayette) was named Tournament MVP.

 

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar vs. Lafayette (Boys) (Championship)

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar coach Scott Chalk started the following lineup: 6-4 Sr. Darius Williams, 6-4 Sr. Justin Kelley, 6-5 Jr. Dontell Brown, 6-0 Sr. Jordan Lewis, and 6-3 Jr. Taveion Hollingsworth.  Lafayette coach Mike Mendenhall III countered with 6-0 Sr. Harrison Lane, 5-10 Jr. Chris Wharton, 6-6 Sr. Ross Jenkins, 5-10 Sr. Jaelin Jenkins, and 5-10 So. Eric Powell.

 

Paul Laurence Dunbar finally pulled away in the closing minutes of the game to defeat Lafayette by a score of 53-48.  The score was tied seven times and there were 10 lead changes in this game.  Dunbar shot 43.6% from the field including four of 14 from the three point line.  The Bulldogs connected on 15 of 16 free throws, pulled down 26 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 13 Lafayette turnovers.  Lafayette shot 45,2% from the field including four of nine from beyond the arc.  The Generals connected on six of nine free throws, pulled down 19 rebounds, and scored 14 points off 14 Dunbar turnovers.

 

Taveion Hollingsworth led Dunbar with 20 points including two three point baskets.  Darius Williams added 15 points and six rebounds.  Dontell Brown recorded seven points, 11 rebounds, five blocked shots, and three steals.  Jordan Lewis chipped in with six points and six assists.

 

Chris Wharton led Lafayette with 16 points.  Jaelin Jenkins added eight points.  6-0 Jr. Cameron Greenup chipped in with seven points.  Ross Jenkins recorded six points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots.

 

Dunbar,17,9,11,16,53

Lafayette,22,4,12,10,48

 

Dunbar (53) – Williams 15, Kelley 2, D. Brown 7, Lewis 6, Hollingsworth 20, J. Brown 3.

 

Lafayette (48) – Lane 5, Wharton 16, R. Jenkins 6, J. Jenkins 8, Powell 3, Greenup 7, J. Carpenter 1, Watkins 2.

 

Taveion Hollingsworth (Paul Laurence Dunbar) was named Tournament MVP.

 

A special thanks to WL Stats and the Lexington Catholic Stats Crew Glenn Gentry and Gary Long for providing the comprehensive statistics for this tournament.


Posted by REH at 11:07 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 28 February 2016 11:10 PM EST
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42nd District Tournament (Boys & Girls) February 22,23, and 25, 2016
Topic: Basketball

 

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42nd District Tournament (Boys & Girls)

Hosted by Scott County High School

Scott County High School

Georgetown, KY

February 22, 23, and 25, 2016

 

February 22nd

 

Bryan Station vs. Scott County (Girls)

 

ryan Station coach Shawn Ransom started the following lineup: 5-8 Sr. Zariah Kavanaugh, 5-5 Jr. Carah Burdette, 5-7 Sr. Kiauri Shannon, 5-4 Sr. Ezhaunaai Ighodaro, and 5-5 Jr. J’Lyn Martin.  BScott County coach Steve Helton countered with 6-0 Jr. Lauren Boehm, 5-10 So. Peyton Riddle, 6-0 So. Sydney Southerland, 5-5 Fr. Juliette Smith, and 5-9 Sr. Bailey Hawkins.

 

Bryan Station outscored Scott County 28-18 in the third quarter on their way to a 79-74 upset victory over Scott County.  Bryan Station shot 39.2% from the field including six of 26 from the three point line.  The Lady Defenders connected on 15 of 20 free throws, pulled down 42 rebounds, and scored 21 points off 17 Scott County turnovers.  Scott County shot 42.9% from the field including one of 12 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Cardinals connected on 25 of 40 free throws, pulled down 47 rebounds, and scored 11 points off 13 Bryan Station turnovers.  Bryan Station was whistled for 28 fouls with Asjah Hall, Zariah Kavanaugh, Carah Burdette, and Ezhaunaai Ighodaro all fouled out of the game while Juliette Smith fouled out for Scott County.

 

J’Lyn Martin led Bryan Station with 22 points including four three point baskets and seven rebounds.  5-6 Sr. Destiny Cozart added 18 points and four steals.  Ezhaunaai Ighodaro recorded 17 points, 11 rebounds, and three steals.  Carah Burdette chipped in with 11 points.

 

Peyton Riddle led Scott County with 25 points and five rebounds.  Lauren Boehm added 16 points and 25 rebounds.  Juliette Smith chipped in with 10 points.

 

Bryan Station,16,13,28,22,79

Scott County,11,20,18,25,74

 

Bryan Station (79) – Kavanaugh 5, Burdette 11, Shannon 4, Ighodaro 17, Martin 22, Cozart 18, Hall 2.

 

Scott County (74) – Boehm 16, Riddle 25, Southerland 8, Smith 10, Hawkins 9, DeFoor 4, Hudson 2.

 

Sayre vs. Scott County (Boys)

 

Sayre coach Robert Goodman started the following lineup: 6-3 Jr. Jake Duby, 6-0 So. Marcus Bowie, 6-2 Sr. Jack Henderson, 5-7 So. Jayden Blanton, and 5-11 Jr. Robbie Goodman.  Scott County coach Billy Hicks countered with 6-6 Fr. Michael Moreno, 6-1 So. Cooper Robb, 6-4 Jr. Cooper Watts, 6-1 Fr. Bryce Long, and 6-1 Fr. Glenn Covington.

 

Scott County defeated Sayre by a score of 85-49.  Scott County shot 47.8% from the field including nine of 22 from the three point line.  The Cardinals connected on 12 of 17 free throws, pulled down 45 rebounds, and scored 24 points off 20 Sayre turnovers.  Sayre shot 34% from the field including three of 10 from beyond the arc.  The Spartans connected on 14 of 20 free throws, pulled down 24 rebounds, and scored 11 points on 14 Scott County turnovers.

 

Michael Moreno led Scott County with 10 points and 13 rebounds.  Bryce Long, Cooper Robb, and 5-8 Fr. Cam Fluker added nine points each.  Cooper Watts recorded seven points and eight rebounds.

 

Jake Duby led Sayre with 21 points including three three point baskets.  Marcus Bowie added seven points.

 

Sayre,9,11,14,15,49

Scott County,14,21,25,25,85

 

Sayre (49) – Duby 21, Bowie 7, Henderson 3, Blanton 5, Goodman 0, Smith 3, Silverburg 2, Jones 4, Barber 2, Adams 2.

 

Scott County (85) – Moreno 10, Robb 9, Watts 7, Long 9, G. Covington 7, Fluker 9, Allen 5, Damron 1, C. Covington 4, Davis 5, Fryman 3, Wilson 6, Williams 7, Harris 3.

 

 

February 23rd

 

Sayre vs. Henry Clay (Girls)

 

Sayre coach Scotty Sutton started the following lineup: 5-10 So. Isabel Pergande, 5-7 Jr. Sydney Strup, 6-0 So. Lainey Tew, 5-1 Sr. Hannah Brady, and 5-5 So. Dee Dee Wheeler.  Henry Clay coach Eric Sanford countered with 5-8 So. Braxton Price, 5-8 Jr. Lexi Long, 5-9 Sr. Jordyn Jackson, 5-6 Sr. T’Laya Lyvers, and 5-7 Fr. Kiya Thompson.

 

Henry Clay scored 32 points off 32 Sayre turnovers in a 49-30 victory.  Henry Clay shot 30.5% from the field including one of 14 from the three point line.  The Lady Blue Devils connected on 12 of 18 free throws, pulled down 32 rebounds, and held a 22-2 advantage in bench points.  Sayre shot 52.2% from the field including one of two from beyond the arc.  Sayre attempted 36 less shots (59-23) from the field than Henry Clay.  The Lady Spartans connected on five of six free throws, pulled down 23 rebounds, and scored six points off 13 Henry Clay turnovers.

 

T’Laya Lyvers led Henry Clay with 11 points, eight rebounds, three assists, and three steals.  5-9 So. Oriona Woods added eight points.  5-10 Sr. Nakeisha Green recorded seven points and nine rebounds.  Braxton Price chipped in with six points and three steals.

 

Dee Dee Wheeler led Sayre with 14 points.  Lainey Tew added eight points and five rebounds.  Sydney Strup recorded four points and seven rebounds.

 

Sayre,6,4,9,11,30

Henry Clay,7,14,15,13,49

 

Sayre (30) – Pergande 0, Strup 4, Tew 8, Brady 2, Wheeler 14, Alford 2.

 

Henry Clay (49) – Price 6, Long 4, J. Jackson 3, Lyvers 11, Thompson 3, Lutz 3, D. Jackson 4, Green 7, Woods 8.

 

Bryan Station vs. Henry Clay (Boys)

 

Bryan Station coach Tommy Johnson started the following lineup: 6-3 Jr. David DeMarcus, 6-2 Sr. Tim Dunn, 6-5 Sr. Deandre Dishman, 5-7 Sr. Rafael Few, and 6-0 Sr. Andre Davis.  Henry Clay coach Daniel Brown countered with 6-3 Sr. Leander Ridgeway, 6-3 So. Justin Mitchell, 6-5 Sr. Jordan Houston, 5-9 Sr. JaQuise Simpson, and 6-1 Sr. Isaiah Tisdale.

 

Henry Clay defeated Bryan Station by a score of 73-61.  Henry Clay shot 44.4% from the field including six of 16 from the three point line.  The Blue Devils connected on 11 of 15 free throws, pulled down 53 rebounds, and scored 13 points off eight Bryan Station turnovers.  Bryan Station shot 39.3% from the field including seven of 17 from beyond the arc.  The Defenders connected on six of 12 free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 16 Henry Clay turnovers.

 

Isaiah Tisdale led Henry Clay with 28 points, 10 rebounds, and four assists.  Leander Ridgeway added 19 points and seven rebounds.  6-4 Sr. Jordan Jones recorded eight points and 14 rebounds.

 

Tim Dunn led Bryan Station with 17 points.  Andre Davis added 11 points, five rebounds, and four assists.  Deandre Dishman recorded seven points and nine rebounds.

 

Bryan Station,14,8,9,30,61

Henry Clay,16,15,19,23,73

 

Bryan Station (61) – DeMarcus 5, Dunn 17, Dishman 7, Few 6, Davis 11, Sturgis 6, Murphy 6, Burbage 3.

 

Henry Clay (73) – Ridgeway 19, J. Mitchell 4, Houston 2, Simpson 3, Tisdale 28, Jones 8, Price 3, K. Mitchell 4, Green 2.

 

 

February 25th

 

Bryan Station vs. Henry Clay (Girls) (Championship)

 

Bryan Station coach Shawn Ransom started the following lineup: 5-8 Sr. Zariah Kavanaugh, 5-6 Sr. Destiny Cozart, 5-7 Sr. Kiauri Shannon, 5-4 Sr. Ezhaunaai Ighodaro, and 5-5 Jr. J’Lyn Martin.  Henry Clay coach Eric Sanford countered with 5-8 So. Braxton Price, 5-8 Jr. Lexi Long, 5-9 Sr. Jordyn Jackson, 5-6 Sr. T’Laya Lyvers, and 5-7 Fr. Kiya Thompson.

 

Henry Clay defeated Bryan Station by a score of 79-72.  Henry Clay shot 45.85 from the field including three of 18 from the three point line.  The Lady Blue Devils connected on 22 of 32 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 10 Bryan Station turnovers.  Bryan Station shot 37.7% from the field including nine of 17 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Defenders connected on 17 of 29 free throws, pulled down 40 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 11 Henry Clay turnovers.

 

T’Laya Lyvers had a “monster” game tonight and led Henry Clay with 34 points including 11 of 16 free throws, 16 rebounds, and three steals.  Kiya Thompson added 16 points.  Braxton Price chipped in with 10 points, four rebounds, and five assists.

 

J’Lyn Martin led Bryan Station with 20 points including six three point baskets.  Ezhaunaai Ighodaro added 18 points including three three point baskets and five rebounds.  5-5 Jr. Carah Burdette chipped in with 13 points.  Destiny Cozart recorded 11 points, nine rebounds, eight assists, and three steals.

 

Bryan Station,13,14,19,26,72

Henry Clay,19,17,18,25,79

 

Bryan Station (72) – Kavanaugh 0, Cozart 11, Shannon 4, Ighodaro18, Martin 20, Burdette 13, Smith 6.

 

Henry Clay (79) – Price 10, Long 4, J. Jackson 8, Lyvers 34, Thompson 16, Lutz 2, D. Jackson 1,Woods 4.

 

All Tournament Team – Hannah Brady (Sayre), Ezhaunaai Ighodaro (Bryan Station), Jordyn Jackson (Henry Clay), J’Lyn Martin (Bryan Station), Peyton Riddle (Scott County), Kiya Thompson (Henry Clay), and T’Laya Lyvers (Henry Clay).

 

Henry Clay vs. Scott County (Boys) (Championship)

 

Henry Clay coach Daniel Brown started the following lineup: 6-3 Sr. Leander Ridgeway, 6-3 So. Justin Mitchell, 6-5 Sr. Jordan Houston, 5-9 Sr. JaQuise Simpson, and 6-1 Sr. Isaiah Tisdale.  Scott County coach Billy Hicks countered with 6-6 Fr. Michael Moreno, 6-1 So. Cooper Robb, 6-4 Jr. Cooper Watts, 6-1 Fr. Bryce Long, and 6-1 Fr. Glenn Covington.

 

Henry Clay defeated Scott County by a score of 85-77.  Isaiah Tisdale and Leander Ridgeway combined for a total of 64 points to lead the Blue Devils to victory.  Henry Clay shot 42.3% from the field including nine of 18 from the three point line.  The Blue Devils connected on 16 of 19 free throws, pulled down 41 rebounds, and scored 19 points off 15 Scott County turnovers.  Scott County shot 42.6% from the field including eight of 19 from beyond the arc.  The Cardinals connected on 17 of 30 free throws, pulled down 42 rebounds, and scored eight points off 10 Henry Clay turnovers.

 

Isaiah Tisdale led Henry Clay with 33 points including four three point baskets, six rebounds, and five assists.  Leander Ridgeway added 31 points including five three point baskets, six rebounds, and four assists.  Jordan Houston recorded 12 points, 12 rebounds, and three steals.

 

Michael Moreno led Scott County with 20 points including three three point baskets and 11 rebounds.  Cooper Robb added 19 points, seven rebounds, and four assists.  Bryce Long recorded 16 points including three three point baskets, four rebounds, three assists, and two steals.  6-5 Sr. Clem Damron chipped in with 12 points, six rebounds, and two blocked shots.

 

Henry Clay,18,33,22,12,85

Scott County,14,26,18,19,77

 

Henry Clay (85) – Ridgeway 31, J. Mitchell 3,Houston 12, Simpson 0, Tisdale 33, Jones 2, Price 2, Brown 2.

 

Scott County (77) – Moreno 20, Robb 19, Watts 0, Long 16, G. Covington 5, Damron 12, Fluker 2, Allen 3.

 

All Tournament Team – Deandre Dishman (Bryan Station), Jake Duby (Sayre),  Jordan Jones (Henry Clay), Bryce Long (Scott County). Michael Moreno (Scott County), Leander Ridgeway (Henry Clay), and Isaiah Tisdale (Henry Clay).

 

A special thanks to WL Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for this tournament.

 



Posted by REH at 12:19 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 28 February 2016 12:23 AM EST
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Saturday, 27 February 2016
44th District Tournament (Boys & Girls) February 22, 23, and 26, 2016
Topic: Basketball

 

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44th District Tournament (Boys & Girls)

Hosted by Madison Central High School

McBrayer Arena

Eastern Kentucky University Arena

Richmond, KY

February 22, 23, & 26, 2016

 

February 22nd

 

Berea vs. Madison Southern (Girls)

 

Berea coach Casie Ingram started the following lineup: 5-10 Jr. Alex Horn, 5-8 Sr. Allie Maynard, 6-0 Fr. Adrienne Beggs, 5-7 Sr. Hailee Varwig, and 5-5 Jr. Jordan Sandefur.  Madison Southern coach Summer Simmons countered with 5-10 Sr. Briana Lanham, 5-7 Jr. Keri Thorn, 5-11 Jr. Hannah Keene, 5-6 So. Ashlynn Clark, and 5-9 Jr. Meredith Gallion.

 

Madison Southern raced out to an early lead and was never threatened in a 68-33 victory over Berea.  Madison Southern shot 38.1% from the field including eight of 18 from the three point line.  Madison Southern attempted 26 more shots (63-37) than Berea.  The Lady Eagles connected on 12 of 17 free throws, pulled down 49 rebounds, and scored 26 points off 18 Berea turnovers.  Berea shot 27% from the field including zero of four from beyond the arc.  The Lady Pirates connected on 13 of 15 free throws, pulled down 19 rebounds, and scored eight points off 11 Madison Southern turnovers.

 

Ashlynn Clark led Madison Southern with 22 points, four rebounds, seven assists, and two steals.  Clark was eight of 12 from the field including one of one from beyond the arc and five of six free throws.  Brianna Lanham added 17 points, 19 rebounds, five assists, and two steals.  Meredith Gallion recorded nine points on three three point baskets and five rebounds.

 

Jordan Sandefur led Berea with 21 points including seven of eight free throws.  Alex Horn added four points, three rebounds, and two steals.

 

Berea,6,10,9,8,33

Madison Southern,16,13,25,14,68

 

Berea (33) – Horn 4, Maynard 2, Beggs 2, Varwig 2, Sandefur 21, Carter 2.

 

Madison Southern (68) – Lanham 17, Thorn 2, Keene 2, Clark 22, Gallion 9, Coyle 6, Cornelison 3, Carter 4, Scott 1, Sparks 2.

 

Berea vs. Madison Southern (Boys)

 

Berea coach Cameron Jackson started the following lineup: 6-1 Sr. Shyiem Alexander, 6-3 Sr. Deondre Tate, 6-3 Sr. Dalton Gadd, 5-9 Sr. Derek Castle, and 5-9 Jr. Caleb Clowers.  Madison Southern coach Shane Buttry countered with 6-1 Sr. Tanner Kidwell, 6-0 Sr. Stacy Burns, 6-3 Sr. Griffen Gabbard, 5-10 Jr. Caleb Miller, and 6-0 Jr. Michael Jefferson.

 

Madison Southern exploded for 31 points in the second quarter to take a 45-19 halftime lead on their way to an 83-41 victory over Berea.  Madison Southern shot 57.9% from the field including nine of 20 from the three point line.  The Eagles connected on eight of 17 free throws, pulled down 30 rebounds, and scored 27 points off 20 Berea turnovers.  Berea shot 37.8% from the field including one of seven from beyond the arc.  The Pirates connected on 12 of 16 free throws, pulled down 21 rebounds, and scored four points off seven Madison Southern turnovers.

 

Tanner Kidwell led a balanced Madison Southern scoring attack with 13 points.  Michael Jefferson added 11 points, four rebounds, five assists, and four steals.  Caleb Miller chipped in with 10 points and three steals.  5-11 So. Landen Stacy recorded nine points and four rebounds.  Stacy Burns also scored nine points.

 

Deondre Tate led Berea with 19 points and five rebounds.  Shyiem Alexander added 10 points.  Derek Castle recorded six points and six assists.

 

Berea,9,10,12,10,41

Madison Southern,14,31,22,16,83

 

Berea (41) – Alexander 10, Tate 19, Gadd 2, Castle 6, Clowers 2, Sandberg 2.

 

Madison Southern (83) – Kidwell 13, Burns 9, Gabbard 2, Miller 10, Jefferson 11,Sargent 8, Short 4, Boggs 2, Eads 6, Patel 5, Dean 4, Stacy 9.

 

 

February 23rd

 

Model vs. Madison Central (Girls)

 

Model coach Candace Wells started the following lineup: 5-11 Jr. Emily Jackson, 5-7 Jr. Mallory Smith, 6-1 Fr. Lauren Jackson, 5-0 Fr. Savanna Gullett, and 5-7 Jr. Sydney Claypoole.  Madison Central coach Robert Cooksey countered with 5-10 Jr. Lindsey Johns, 5-8 Jr. Kasi Schneid, 6-0 Jr. Mallie Cornett, 5-5 So. Bailee Vanover, and 5-5 Sr. Emily Willoughby. 

 

Madison Central outscored Model 20-5 in the first quarter on their way to a 58-21 victory.  Madison Central recorded 19 steals and nine blocked shots and scored 25 points off 25 Model turnovers.  Madison Central shot 41.9% from the field including one of nine from the three point line.  The Lady Indians connected on five of 13 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and held a 16-2 advantage in bench points.  Model shot 17.1% from the field including zero of three from beyond the arc.  The Lady Patriots connected on seven of 17 free throws, pulled down 35 rebounds, and scored two points off 12 Madison Central turnovers.

 

Kasi Schneid led Madison Central with 14 points.  Bailee Vanover added 10 points, five rebounds, three assists, and four steals.  5-11 Fr. Anslee Wood recorded 10 points and eight rebounds.  Lindsey Johns chipped in with eight points, seven rebounds, three assists, and five steals.  Mallie Cornett added six points, five rebounds, and four blocked shots.

 

Lauren Jackson led Model with eight points, 11 rebounds, and four steals.  Mallory Smith added five points and four rebounds.  Sydney Claypoole recorded four points, seven rebounds, and three assists.  Emily Jackson chipped in with two points and eight rebounds.

 

Model,5,7,5,4,21

Madison Central,20,18,14,6,58

 

Model (21) – E. Jackson 2, Smith 5, L. Jackson 8, Gullett 0, Claypoole 4, J. Smith 2.

 

Madison Central (58) – Johns 8, Schneid 14, Cornett 6, Vanover 10, Willoughby 4, E. Minter 2, Wood 10, Mack 4.

 

Model vs. Madison Central (Boys)

 

Model coach Wes Scarberry started the following lineup: 6-4 Sr. Logan Jackson, 6-0 Sr. Blake Benson, 6-4 Sr. Alex Chen, 5-11 Sr. Ephraim Otieno, and 6-2 Jr. Andrew Backus.  Madison Central coach Allen Feldhaus Jr. countered with 6-2 Sr. John Williams, 6-1 Sr. Dakota Begley, 6-6 Fr. Isaiah Cozart, 5-10 Sr. Terique Miller, and 6-1 Sr. Grant Brockman.

 

Madison Central held a 33-9 advantage in three point points in a 70-47 victory over Model.  Madison Central shot 43.9% from the field including 11 of 22 from the three point line.  The Indians connected on nine of 19 free throws, pulled down 43 rebounds, and scored six points off seven Model turnovers.  Model shot 29.4% from the field including three of 10 from beyond the arc.  The Patriots connected on 14 of 20 free throws, pulled down 34 rebounds, and scored four points off six Madison Central turnovers.

 

Grant Brockman led Madison Central with 25 points including seven three point baskets and six rebounds.  John Williams added 17 points, 14 rebounds, and five assists.  Terique Miller recorded 14 points, four rebounds, and seven assists. 

 

Ephraim Otieno led Model with 16 points, four rebounds, and three assists.  Alex Chen added 12 points and eight rebounds.

 

Model,9,9,12,17,47

Madison Central,14,16,20,20,70

 

Model (47) – Jackson 3, Benson 5, Chen 12, E. Otieno 16, Backus 2, Brandenburg 3, Cornette 4, Feese 2.

 

Madison Central (70) – Williams 17, Begley 7, Cozart 2, Miller 14, Brockman 25, Roberts 3, Muntz 2.

 

 

February 26th

 

Madison Central vs. Madison Southern (Girls) (Championship)

 

Madison Central coach Robert Cooksey started the following lineup: 5-10 Jr. Lindsey Johns, 5-8 Jr. Kasi Schneid, 6-0 Jr. Mallie Cornett, 5-5 So. Bailee Vanover, and 5-5 Sr. Emily Willoughby.  Madison Southern coach Summer Simmons countered with 5-10 Sr. Briana Lanham, 5-7 Jr. Keri Thorn, 5-11 Jr. Hannah Keene, 5-6 So. Ashlynn Clark, and 5-9 Jr. Meredith Gallion.

 

Madison Southern led 30-22 early in the third quarter but Madison Central rallied for a 46-42 victory.  Madison Central coach Robert Cooksey made an adjustment after halftime and had Bailee Vanover shadowing Madison Southern star Briana Lanham limiting her to four points after halftime.  This was sweet revenge for the “tough-as-nails” Vanover who had a rough outing against Madison Southern in a district tournament loss last year. 

 

Madison Central shot 47.5% from the field including two of five from the three point line.  The Lady Indians connected on six of 12 free throws, pulled down 31 rebounds, and scored nine points off 11 Madison Southern turnovers.  Madison Southern shot 27.7% from the field including eight of 24 from beyond the arc.  The Lady Eagles connected on 29 rebounds, and scored five points off 12 Madison Central turnovers.

 

Bailee Vanover led Madison central with 13 points and five rebounds.  Mallie Cornette added 12 points, six rebounds, and three blocked shots.  Lindsey Johns recorded eight points and eight rebounds.

 

Briana Lanham led Madison Southern with 15 points and nine rebounds.  Meredith Gallion added 12 points on four three point baskets.  Hannah Keene recorded seven points and nine rebounds.  Ashlynn Clark chipped in with five points, three rebounds, and six assists.

 

Madison Central,10,12,15,9,46

Madison Southern,12,16,5,9,42

 

Madison Central (46) – Johns 8, Schneid 5, Cornett 12, Vanover 13, Willoughby 4, Mack 4.

 

Madison Southern (42) – Lanham 15, Thorn 1, Keene 7, Clark 5, Gallion 12, Coyle 2.

 

All Tournament Team – Lauren Jackson (Model), Jordan Sandefur (Berea), Ashlynn Clark (Madison Southern), Kasi Schneid (Madison Central), Emily Jackson (Model), Hailee Varwig (Berea), Meredith Gallion (Madison Southern), Mallie Cornett (Madison Central), Briana Lanham (Madison Southern), Lindsey Johns (Madison Central), and Bailee Vanover (Madison Central) (Tourney MVP).

 

 

Madison Central vs. Madison Southern (Boys) (Championship)

 

Madison Central coach Allen Feldhaus Jr. started the following lineup: 6-2 Sr. John Williams, 6-1 Sr. Dakota Begley, 6-6 Fr. Isaiah Cozart, 5-10 Sr. Terique Miller, and 6-1 Sr. Grant Brockman.  Madison Southern coach Shane Buttry countered with 6-1 Sr. Tanner Kidwell, 6-0 Sr. Stacy Burns, 6-3 Sr. Griffen Gabbard, 5-10 Jr. Caleb Miller, and 6-0 Jr. Michael Jefferson.

 

Madison Central captured their 21st consecutive district championship tonight with a 42-41 victory over Madison Southern but not without high drama.  Madison Southern  led 41-37 early in the final quarter but shortly after the tide turned as Madison Southern was flagged with an intentional foul and a technical foul on the same play and Madison Central’s Terique Miller connected on three of four free throws to cut the deficit to one point 41-40 and Madison Central later pulled away for the eventual victory.  Madison Southern had the ball with 12.6 seconds but Madison Central ratcheted up the defense and Griffen Gabbard was forced to take a contested shot with three seconds remaining that rolled off the rim.  Madison Southern did not score for the last 7:41 of the quarter.  Madison Central’s Isaiah Cozart was key on defense tonight as he blocked two shots in the later minutes of the game.

 

Madison Central shot 30.6% from the field including three of 10 from the three point line.  The Indians connected on 17 of 28 free throws, pulled down 36 rebounds, and scored nine points off 10 Madison Southern turnovers.  Madison Southern shot 32.7% from the field including two of five from beyond the arc.  The Eagles connected on five of 10 free throws, pulled down 33 rebounds, and scored seven points off 12 Madison Central turnovers.

 

Terique Miller led Madison Central with 11 points including seven of eight free throws and five rebounds.  Grant Brockman added 10 points including two three point baskets and four rebounds.  Isaiah Cozart recorded seven points, 12 rebounds, and seven blocked shots.  John Williams chipped in with seven points and seven rebounds.  Dakota Begley added seven points and five rebounds.

 

Caleb Miller led Madison Southern with 14 points including two three point baskets.  Tanner Kidwell added 11 points and eight rebounds.  Michael Jefferson recorded six points, seven rebounds, and six assists.

 

Madison Central,12,10,15,5,42

Madison Southern,11,7,21,2,41

 

Madison Central (42) – Williams 7, Begley 7, Cozart 7, Miller 11, Brockman 10,

 

Madison Southern (41) – Kidwell 11, Burns 5, Gabbard 0, Miller 14, Jefferson 6, Sargent 2, Short 3.

 

All Tournament Team – Alex Chen (Model), Michael Jefferson (Madison Southern), John Williams (Madison Central), Shyiem Alexander (Berea), Ephraim Otieno (Model), Deondre Tate (Berea), Caleb Miller (Madison Southern), Terique Miller (Madison Central), Tanner Kidwell (Madison Southern), Dakota Begley (Madison Central), and Grant Brockman (Madison Central) (Tournament MVP).

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Kentucky University Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for this tournament.  Also, a special thanks to Madison Central the host school for the hospitality extended me this week.

 

 

 


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Friday, 26 February 2016
Murray State vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men) January 27, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016MSEKUM

 

 

Murray State vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men)

McBrayer Arena

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, KY

January 27, 2016

 

Murray State coach Matt McMahon started the following lineup; 6-5 Jr. Gee McGhee, 6-4 Sr. Jeffery Moss, 6-7 Sr. Wayne Langston, 6-0 Jr. Bryce Jones, and 6-4 Jr. Damarcus Croaker.  Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale countered with 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-1 So. Paul Jackson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone.

 

Justin Seymour hit a three point basket with 22 seconds left in the game to give Murray State what proved to be the winning basket in a 75-71 victory over Eastern Kentucky University.  The score was tied 10 times and there were nine lead changes in this game.  Murray State shot 47.2% from the field including nine of 20 from the three point line.  The Racers connected on 16 of 21 free throws, pulled down 32 rebounds, and scored 14 points off 12 Eastern Kentucky University turnovers.  Eastern Kentucky shot 54.5% from the field including seven of 15 from beyond the arc.  The Colonels connected on 16 of 18 free throws, pulled down 21 rebounds, and scored 15 points off 14 Murray State turnovers.

 

Wayne Langston led Murray State with 18 points and eight rebounds.  Damarcus Croaker also scored 18 points including three three point baskets.  6-3 Jr. Justin Seymour recorded 12 points on four three point baskets.  Gee McGhee chipped in with 11 points, five rebounds, and five assists.  Bryce Jones added nine points and eight assists.  Jeffery Moss recorded seven points, six rebounds, and three assists.

 

Nick Mayo led Eastern Kentucky University with 22 points.  Jarelle Reischel added 21 points including three three point baskets.  Javontae Hawkins recorded 15 points including eight of eight free throws.  Paul Jackson chipped in with 10 points, five rebounds, and 10 assists.  Isaac McGlone pulled down seven rebounds.

 

Murray State,39,36,75

Eastern Kentucky,36,35,71

 

Murray State (75) – McGhee 11, Moss 7, Langston 18, Jones 9, Croaker 18, Seymour 12.

 

Eastern Kentucky (71) – Reischel 21, Hawkins 15, Mayo 22, Jackson 10, McGlone 3.

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Kentucky Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


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Thursday, 25 February 2016
Tennessee Tech vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men) January 23, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016TTEKUM

 

 

Tennessee Tech vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men)

McBrayer Arena

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, KY

January 23, 2016

 

Tennessee Tech coach Steve Payne started the following lineup: 6-9 Sr. Ryan Martin, 6-3 Jr. Shirmane Thomas, 6-9 Sr. Anthony Morse, 6-1 Sr. Torrance Rowe, and 6-3 So. Aleksa Jugovic.  Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale countered with 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-1 So. Paul Jackson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone.

 

Tennessee Tech defeated Eastern Kentucky University by a score of 89-83.  The score was tied four times and there were three lead changes in the game.  Tennessee Tech led by 12 midway through the second half but Eastern Kentucky rallied to narrow the margin. Eastern Kentucky University shot 45.8% from the field including six of 23 from the three point line.  The Colonels connected on 23 of 32 free throws, pulled down 32 rebounds, and scored 14 points off 11 Tennessee Tech turnovers.  Tennessee Tech shot 46% from the field including eight of 22 from beyond the arc.  They connected on 23 of 31 free throws, pulled down 44 rebounds, and scored 16 points off eight Eastern Kentucky University turnovers.

 

Torrance Rowe led Tennessee Tech with 24 points including four three point baskets and five assists.  Aleksa Jugovic added 24 points including two three point baskets and four assists.  Ryan Martin recorded 15 points and nine rebounds.  6-1 Jr. Hakeem Rogers chipped in with 12 points and five rebounds.  Anthony Morse pulled down 10 rebounds

 

Jarelle Reischel led Eastern Kentucky with 25 points, nine rebounds, and five assists.  Javontae Hawkins added 22 points including 11 of 14 free throws and five rebounds.  Nick Mayo recorded 20 points, 10 rebounds, and three blocked shots.  Mayo was seven of nine from the fields including one of one from beyond the arc, and five of five from the free throw line. 

 

Tennessee Tech,45,44,89

Eastern Kentucky,40,43,83

 

Tennessee tech (89) – Martin 15, Thomas 1, Morse 5, Rowe 24, Jugovic 24, Henderson 3, Rogers 12, Alexander 3, Ramsey 2.

 

Eastern Kentucky (83) – Reischel 25, Hawkins 22, Mayo 20, Jackson 4, McGlone 8, Powell 2, Pratt Jr. 2.

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Kentucky Stats for providing the comprehensive statistics for today’s game.


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Jacksonville State University vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men) January 21, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016JSUEKUM

 

 

Jacksonville State University vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men)

McBrayer Arena

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, KY

January 21, 2016

 

Jacksonville State University coach James Green started the following lineup:  6-4 Fr. Jared Hamilton, 6-3 Sr. JaQuail Townser, 6-6 Fr. Christian Cunningham, 6-2 So. Malcolm Drumwright, and 6-2 Jr. Greg Tucker.  Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale countered with 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-1 So. Paul Jackson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone.

 

Eastern Kentucky University defeated Jacksonville State University by a score of 91-88.  The score was tied five times and there were 16 lead changes in this game.  Eastern Kentucky University shot 50% from the field including seven of 17 from the three point line.  The Colonels connected on 28 of 37 free throws, pulled down 33 rebounds, and scored eight points off seven Jacksonville State University turnovers.  Jacksonville State University shot 50% from the field including seven of 22 from beyond the arc.  They connected on 19 of 26 free throws, pulled down 33 rebounds, and scored 15 points off nine Eastern Kentucky University turnovers.

 

Javontae Hawkins led Eastern Kentucky University with 21 points including eight of 11 free throws and 10 rebounds.  Nick Mayo added 18 points, four rebounds, three assists, and two steals.  Jarelle Reischel recorded 16 points including eight of 11 free throws, six rebounds, and three assists.  6-4 Jr. Jaylen Babb-Harrison chipped in with 11 points.  Paul Jackson added 10 points and nine assists.

 

6-7 Sr. Jeremy Watson led Jacksonville State University with 26 points including three three point baskets, 14 rebounds, and three steals.  Watson was 11 of 12 from the field including three of four from beyond the arc and one of three free throws.  Malcolm Drumwright added 19 points and five assists.  6-6 Fr. Andre Statam added 10 points including two three point baskets. 

 

Jacksonville State University,37,51,88

Eastern Kentucky University,42,49,91

 

Jacksonville State University (88) – Hamilton 9, Townser 6, Cunningham 2, Drumwright 19, Tucker 9, Watson 26, Statam 10, Durham 7.

 

Eastern Kentucky University (91) – Reischel 16, Hawkins 21, Mayo 18, Jackson 10, McGlone 9, Babb-Harrison 11, Pratt Jr. 6.

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Kentucky Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


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Eastern Kentucky University vs. SIUE (Men) January 16, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016EKTSIUEM

 

 

Eastern Kentucky University vs. SIUE (Men)

Vadalabene Center

SIUE

Edwardsville, IL

January 16, 2016

 

Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale started the following lineup: 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-1 So. Paul Jackson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone.  SIUE coach Jon Harris countered with 6-6 So. Keenan Simmons, 6-4 Fr. Carlos Anderson, 6-10 Gr. Yemi Makanjuola, 5-7 So. CJ Carr, and 6-4 Jr. Burak Eslik.

 

SIUE finished the game on a 5-0 run in the last 70 seconds to defeat Eastern Kentucky University by a score of 67-65.  Eastern Kentucky’s Jarelle Reischel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer for the win.  The score was tied 11 times and there were 12 lead changes in the game.  SIUE shot 40% from the field including six of 18 from the three point line.  They connected on 13 of 18 free throws, pulled down 40 rebounds, and scored 11 points off 18 Eastern Kentucky turnovers.  Eastern Kentucky shot 44.4% from the field including three of 11 from beyond the arc.  The Colonels connected on 22 of 28 free throws, pulled down 26 rebounds, and scored 22 points off 19 SIUE turnovers.

 

Burak Eslik led SIUE with 21 points including 10 of 10 free throws.  Carlos Anderson added 18 points and nine rebounds.  CJ Carr recorded eight points and six assists.  6-6 Sr. Jake Newton also scored eight points.  Yemi Makanjuola added seven points and six rebounds.

 

Nick Mayo led Eastern Kentucky University with 28 points.  Jarelle Reischel added 12 points and five rebounds.  Javontae Hawkins chipped in with 10 points.  Paul Jackson recorded eight points, seven assists, and three steals.

 

Eastern Kentucky,32,33,65

SIUE,31,36,67

 

Eastern Kentucky (65) – Reischel 12, Hawkins 10, Mayo 28, Jackson 8, McGlone 5, Babb-Harrison 2.

 

SIUE (67) – Simmons 2, Anderson 18, Makanjuola 7, Carr 8, Eslik 21, Chandler 1, Newton 8, Wheeler 2.

 

A special thanks to the SIUE Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for today’s game.


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Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Eastern Kentucky University vs. Eastern Illinois University (Men) January 14, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016EKUEIUM

 

 

Eastern Kentucky University vs. Eastern Illinois University (Men)

Lantz Arena

Eastern Illinois University

Charleston, IL

January 14, 2016

 

Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale started the following lineup: 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-1 So. Paul Jackson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone.  Eastern Illinois University coach Jay Spoonhour countered with 6-4 Jr. AJ Riley, 6-2 Fr. Casey Teson, 6-5 Sr. Trae Anderson, 5-7 So. Cornell Johnston, and 6-2 Jr. Demetrius McReynolds.

 

Eastern Illinois University defeated Eastern Kentucky University 97-85 in a game in which both teams shot above 55% from the field and both teams connected on 11 three point baskets.  The score was tied six times and there were three lead changes in the game.  Eastern Illinois shot 58.6% from the field including 11 of 22 from the three point line.  The Panthers connected on 18 of 26 free throws, pulled down 31 rebounds, and scored 21 points off 13 Eastern Kentucky turnovers.  Eastern Kentucky shot 55.2% from the field including 11 of 28 from beyond the arc.  The Colonels connected on 10 of 15 free throws, pulled down 27 rebounds, and scored seven points off nine Eastern Illinois turnovers.

 

Demetrius McReynolds led Eastern Illinois with 27 points including five three point baskets and 10 rebounds.  Cornell Johnston added 13 points and 10 assists.  AJ Riley also scored 13 points.  Casey Teson chipped in with 12 points.  6-11 Sr. Luke Piotrowski recorded 11 points.  Trae Anderson added nine points, five rebounds, four assists, and three steals.

 

Nick Mayo led Eastern Kentucky with 23 points and four rebounds.  Paul Jackson added 14 points including four three point baskets and seven assists.  6-4 Jr. Jaylen Babb-Harrison chipped in with 13 points including three point baskets and five rebounds.  Jarelle Reischel recorded 10 points, seven rebounds, and three assists.

 

Eastern Kentucky University,44,41,85

Eastern Illinois University,55,42,97

 

Eastern Kentucky University (85) – Reischel 10, Hawkins 4, Mayo 23, Jackson 14, McGlone 6, King 2, Matthews 3, Babb-Harrison 13, Powell 6, Pratt Jr. 4.

 

Eastern Illinois University (97) – Riley 13, Teson 12, Anderson 9, Johnston 13, McReynolds 27, Blackmon 4, Muldoon 4, Piotrowski 11, Jones 4.

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Illinois Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.

 

 


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Southeast Missouri State University vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men) January 9, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016SMEKUM

 

 

Southeast Missouri State University vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men)

McBrayer Arena

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, KY

January 9, 2016

 

Southeast Missouri coach Rick Ray started the following lineup:  6-7 Jr. Joel Angus III, 6-6 Jr. Antonius Cleveland, 6-7 Jr. Trey Kellum, 6-1 Jr. Jamaal Calvin, and 6-4 Sr. Isiah Jones.  Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale countered with 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-1 So. Paul Jackson, and 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone.

 

Eastern Kentucky raced out to a 43-33 halftime lead on their way to an 88-69 victory over Southeast Missouri.  Eastern Kentucky University shot 50% from the field including nine of 25 from the three point line.  The Colonels connected on 13 of 21 free throws, pulled down 40 rebounds, and scored 17 points off 21 Southeast Missouri turnovers.  Southeast Missouri shot 38.6% from the field including six of 16 from beyond the arc.  They connected on 19 of 28 free throws, pulled down 35 rebounds, and scored 16 points off 17 Eastern Kentucky University turnovers.

 

Jarelle Reischel led Eastern Kentucky University with 21 points including three three point baskets and six rebounds.  6-4 Jr. Jaylen Babb-Harrison added 18 points including four three point baskets.  Nick Mayo recorded 15 points, seven rebounds, and three blocked shots.  Javontae Hawkins chipped in with 13 points, six rebounds, and five assists.  Paul Jackson added six points and nine rebounds.

 

Isiah Jones led Southeast Missouri with 19 points including three three point baskets, eight rebounds, and three assists.  Joel Angus III added 12 points and eight rebounds.  6-9 Fr. Tony Anderson recorded 11 points and six rebounds.  Trey Kellum chipped in with nine points and Jamaal Calvin added nine points, six assists, and four steals.

 

Southeast Missouri,33,36,69

Eastern Kentucky,43,45,88

 

Southeast Missouri (69) – Angus III 12, Cleveland 4, Kellum 9, Calvin 9, Jones 19, Anderson 11, Gullett 5.

 

Eastern Kentucky (88) – Reischel 21, Hawkins 13, Mayo 15, Jackson 6, McGlone 5, Babb-Harrison 18, Powell 7, Pratt Jr. 3.

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Kentucky Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for today’s game.


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UT Martin vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men) January 7, 2016
Topic: Eastern Kentucky Basketball Men

 

2016UTMEKUM

 

 

UT Martin vs. Eastern Kentucky University (Men)

McBrayer Arena

Eastern Kentucky University

Richmond, KY

January 7, 2016

 

UT Martin coach Heath Schroyer started the following lineup: 6-6 Sr. Twymond Howard, 6-4 So. Richard Lee, 6-7 Sr. Myles Taylor, 5-11 Sr. Alex Anderson, and 6-3 Sr. Terrence Durham.  Eastern Kentucky University coach Dan McHale countered with 6-7 Sr. Jarelle Reischel, 6-5 Jr. Javontae Hawkins, 6-9 Fr. Nick Mayo, 6-2 Jr. Isaac McGlone, and 6-4 Jr. Jaylen Babb-Harrison.

 

UT Martin led for most of the game (35:56 minutes) on their way to a 78-70 victory over Eastern Kentucky University.  UT Martin held a 13 point lead late in the first half and Eastern Kentucky held a two point lead with 6:41 remaining in the game.  The score was tied four times and there were two lead changes in the game.

 

UT Martin shot 58% from the field including seven of 15 from the three point line.  The Skyhawks connected on 13 of 20 free throws, pulled down 36 rebounds, and scored 26 points off 14 Eastern Kentucky turnovers.  Eastern Kentucky shot 40.9% from the field including seven of 31 from beyond the arc.  The Colonels connected on nine of 14 free throws, pulled down 34 rebounds, and scored 23 points off 19 UT Martin turnovers.  Eastern Kentucky held an 18-6 advantage in second chance points.

 

6-0 Jr. Jacolby Mobley led UT Martin with 18 points including four three point baskets.  Twymond Howard added 16 points and five rebounds.  Myles Taylor recorded 15 points and seven rebounds.  Alex Anderson chipped in with nine points.

 

Jarelle Reischel led Eastern Kentucky University with 22 points and seven rebounds.  Javontae Hawkins added 17 points, seven rebounds, and three assists.  Isaac McGlone recorded 13 points including four three point baskets and four rebounds.  Nick Mayo chipped in with 10 points and six rebounds.

 

UT Martin,42,36,78

Eastern Kentucky,32,38,70

 

UT Martin (78) – Howard 16, Lee 6, Taylor 15, Anderson 9, Durham 4, Mobley 18, Edwards 5, Rowe 2, Variste 3.

 

Eastern Kentucky (70) – Reischel 22, Hawkins 17, Mayo 10, McGlone 13, Babb-Harrison 3, Powell 5.

 

A special thanks to the Eastern Kentucky University Stats Crew for providing the comprehensive statistics for tonight’s game.


Posted by REH at 12:49 AM EST
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