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ACHS Indians 4-0 with 77-68 home victory over Marion Co. HS

Corey Melton leads scoring with 22. Chance Melton adds 19, and Cameron Lasley scores 12.
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Adair County High School Indians improved to 4-0 and 1-0 in 20th district play, at John Burr Memorial Gymnasium with a 77-68 home win over Marion County on Tuesday night, December 6, 2016.

Foul trouble plagued the Indians throughout the night but they were able to grab the lead midway through the 2nd quarter and never relinquish the advantage.

Corey Melton led the Indians with 22 points including three triples. Chance Melton had 19 points and 8 rebounds, Cameron Lasley had 12 points and 8 rebounds.

Coach Deron Breeze' comments

"Our first district win in a seeded district is important. I think this win over Marion County was a big mental hurdle we overcome, if not for the kids, at least for me and the coaching staff.

"We played Marion County last season and they handled us with ease 10 of the 12 quarters we played. This year, we responded to every run they made with one of our own and we rebounded the ball very well. - Deron Breeze

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