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HS Basketball: Adair Co. 67. Cumberland Co. 37
Scores by the quarter:
Adair County HS Boys 11 38 60 67
Cumberland County 9 17 24 37
Next: - Doubleheader: Adair County Indians host Green County HS. Lady Indians at 5:30pmCT; Boys at 7pmCT, Friday, December 2, 2016, at John Burr Memorial Gymnasium, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY.
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The Adair County Indians won both basketball games at Cumberland County High School Tuesday, November 29, 2016. The Lady Indians won a squeaker, 38-37, and the Boys team, playing without starting point guard Jordan Lasley, won by an impressive margin, 30 points, but Coach Deron Breeze says there are a lot of improvements needed.
The Indians shot 50% from the field on the night. Four Indians scored in double figures: Kel Stotts had 20 points, Corey Melton 13 points, Chance Melton 10 points and Cameron Lasley 10 points. Cameron Lasley was one rebound short of a double - double with 9 rebounds.
The Indians still playing without starting point guard Jordan Lasley who is nursing a high ankle sprain from football; hopefully he'll be back in practice today and he can play this weekend.
Coach comments: "This about as bad performance we can have for a 30 point win. We are pleased to have a W not an L but we didn't do a lot of good things and still showed some bad habits. We have a lot of work to do," Coach Breeze said.
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