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Eagles soar past Falcons

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CLINTON - If Hickman County had any hopes of coming back from an 11-point halftime deficit, Graves County dashed them with a 17-2 run through the third quarter, as the Eagles prevailed 65-41 in boys high school basketball Monday.

Justin Hayden led the Eagle assault with 19 points and a trio of treys. Jake Williams had 15 points for Graves while Peyton Puckett and Eric Vogt each put up 12. Billy Speed topped the Falcons with 18 points.

Graves County 11 34 51 65

Hickman County 9 23 25 41

GRAVES - Williams 15, Hayden 19, Puckett 12, E. Vogt 12, Hannan 7, Smith, Grant, Avent, Wetherington, Jones, C. Vogt.

Field goals 22/38. 3-pointers 5/17 (Hayden 3, Hadden, Williams). Free throws 6/18. Record 15-2.

HICKMAN - Speed 18, Harpole 8, Hinshaw 8, Newton 6, Prince 1, Carter, Bolen, Boaz, Bailey, Spillman.

Field goals 9/31. 3-pointers 3/14 (Harpole 2, Speed). Free throws 14/23. Record 3-8.

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