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Basketball: ACHS Boys Varsity headed to Owensboro

By Doug Campbell

The ACHS Varsity Boys basketball team (9-4) won the 2A-Section 2 Championship Sunday afternoon with an impressive win over Franklin-Simpson. The win qualifies this team, along with only seven other teams, for the State 2A Tournament. The Indians will travel to Owensboro to take on top five ranked Lexington-Catholic at 3:30pmCT on Thursday, January 13, 2022.

You can see this team in action this evening, Monday, January 10, 2022, as they host Somerset Christian at 5pmCT in the John Burr Memorial Gymnasium. Tickets are available thru the Hometown app or on the school website at www.adair.kyschools.us.


Head Coach Deron Breeze on the Franklin Simpson game, said, "Our guards are as good as anyone's and don't turn the ball over a lot so if we can keep it close in the fourth quarter we have a good shot to win if we hit free throws."

Junior Guard, Lucas Pooler lead all scorers with 18 points, and in doing so eclipsed 1000 points in his career to date. Freshman Conner Loy contributed 15 points while senior, Luke Janes scored a double/double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Breeze continued, "The players kept calm although down 11 at the start of the game and then down 10 at the half but they did not fold and stuck with the game plan. They got the stops on defense which allowed us to score in transition."


This story was posted on 2022-01-10 12:53:01
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Indians advance in 2A Tournament



2022-01-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Doug Campbell.
The ACHS Varsity Boys basketball team (9-4) won the 2A-Section 2 Championship Sunday afternoon with an impressive win over Franklin-Simpson. The win qualifies this team, along with only seven other teams, for the State 2A Tournament. The Indians will travel to Owensboro to take on top five ranked Lexington-Catholic.

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