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HS Basketball: Adair County, 97. Green County, 75

Kel Stotts and Chance Melton turn in a sensational performances with 35 and 24 points respectively. Despite 19 point margin, Coach Breeze says Indians still need to work on defense.
Next - Adair County Indians at Washington County HS, at 7pmCT/8pmET, Washington County High School, 300 U.S. 150 Business (campus), Springfield, KY.

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The Adair County High School boys scored 53 in the first half and defeated Green County 94-75 Friday night, December 2, 2016, at John Burr Memorial Gymnasium, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY.

Kel Stotts led the Indiana with 35 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists, Chance Melton scored 24 points and Corey Melton added 10 in the win.

Coach Deron Breeze's comments:
We've seen a lot of improvement on the offensive end especially in transition tonight. We pushed the pace and also got the ball to multiple sides of the court on the majority of our possessions.

Defensively we have a long way to go but I know we will get there, last year we peaked in December, hopefully this year we peak in February & March. My biggest concern right now is rebounding the basketball; we aren't physical enough on our box outs or holding them as long as we need to.
Next - Adair County Indians at Washington County HS, at 7pmCT/8pmET, Washington County High School, 300 U.S. 150 Business (campus), Springfield, KY.

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