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20th District Boys Basketball Game: ACHS 90. TCHS 72

Both Adair County High School and Taylor County High School advance to 5th Region Tournament at Central Hardin

Adair County HS Boys Basketball team won the 20th District Championship 90-72, defeating visiting Taylor County High School at John Burr Memorial Gymnasium, Saturday evening, February 25, 2017. It was the third time in 2016-17 the Indians have defeated the Cardinals.


All three times the Taylor County team has played Adair County to closer scores than the Indians average 23.67 margin, though last night's 18 points was the widest margin of the season.

Both teams advance to the 5th Region Tournament, which will be at Central Hardin High School, 3040 Leitchfield Road (campus), Cecilia, KY. Pairings should be available later Sunday, February 26, 2017.


This story was posted on 2017-02-26 05:44:50
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