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ACHS Boys basketball falls short against CH

By Trey Stephens
Sports Writer for Columbia Magazine

Tuesday night the Adair County High School Boy's Basketball team fell to the Bruins of Central Hardin 77-66.

The Indians were led in scoring by Lane Grant with 22 points followed by Connor Loy with 16 points.

Brayton Coomer was the team's leading rebounder with 10, followed by Lane Grant grabbing 7 boards. The Indians, as a whole, shot 41% from the field, 31% from 3, and 56% from the Free Throw line.

Adair County was, however, down star Isaiah Cochran who has been one of their largest scorers and rebounders. He is recovering from an injury in a previous game.

The Boys and Girls are back in action tonight on the road against Metcalfe County. This will be the first game for the Lady Indians since senior Ellie Cheatham broke the team's all time scoring record.

This story was posted on 2024-02-07 09:43:16
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