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Mustangs ride past Cairo; Lyon falls

Staff report

At Cairo, Ill., Jason Armstrong led the way with 11 points as McCracken County rolled past Cairo 83-60 in Tuesday's high school boys basketball.

Caleb Stonecipher hit two 3-pointers on his way to 13 points for the Mustangs. Ryne Burnett and Kam Chumbler both scored 12 for McCracken, and Bryce Rodgers tossed in 11.

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McCracken County 20 39 59 83

Cairo 9 25 39 60

MCCRACKEN COUNTY - Burnett 12, Chumbler 12, Armstrong 17, Telfair 3, Vega 4, Belt 1, Stonecipher 13, Hayden 4, Nall 6, Rodgers 11, Zakutney, Weir, Wadley.

Field goals 30. 3-pointers 4 (Stonecipher 2, Chumbler, Vega). Free throws 19/29. Record 13-6.

CAIRO - Woodson 10, Nelson 21, Graham 6, Taylor 16, Houston 7, Denett, Duncan, Jackson, Gardner.

Field goals 21. 3-pointers 6 (Nelson 5, Taylor). Free throws 12/21.

UHA 71, Lyon 54 - At Eddyville, LeDonald Gray scored seven of his nine points in the fourth quarter to help University Heights shatter a 48-all tie and defeat Lyon County in the Second Region All A Classic.

Trey Hollowell led the Blazers with 14 points, while Jordan Gary, a former Lyon, finished with 11. Jericho Wilkerson led the Lyons with 29 points, including the 1,000th of his career.

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University Heights 20 30 48 71

Lyon County 18 31 48 54

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS - Brown 10, Gray 9, Sebree 2, Gary 11, Johnson 10, Hollowell 14, Mumford 11, Wisdom 4.

Field goals 29. 3-pointers 4 (Hollowell 2, Gary, Johnson). Free throws 9/25. Record 10-7.

LYON COUNTY - Ray 2, Martin 4, White 5, Je. Wilkerson 29, Jo. Wilkerson 2, Polston 12.

Field goals 16. 3-pointers 6 (Je. Wilkerson 4, Martin, White). Free throws 16/21. Record 6-10.

GIRLS

Marshall 66, Hopkinsville 58 - At Draffenville, Alyssa Barnard handled the inside with 19 points and Allie York hit three 3-pointers to rule the outside as Marshall County defeated Hopkinsville. York grabbed 12 rebounds for the double-double, while Bailey Greer and Michaela Manley both scored 10 points for the Lady Marshals. Jlynn Majors topped the Lady Tigers with 23 points, and Haley Cook finished with 16.

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Hopkinsville 11 21 38 58

Marshall County 14 32 48 66

HOPKINSVILLE - Je. Grubbs 5, Hornbuckle, Jl. Grubbs, Duvall 6, Cook 16, Ja. Majors 2, Jl. Majors 23, Earthman 6.

Field goals 23/42. 3-pointers 6/12 (Cook 2, Earthman 2, Je. Grubbs, Jl. Majors). Free throws 6/9. Record 8-10.

MARSHALL COUNTY - Greer 10, N. Fehrenbacher, Ross 3, Smothers, York 17, T. Fehrenbacher 3, Manley 10, Bailey, Langhi 4, Barnard 19.

Field goals 22/48. 3-pointers 6/14 (York 3, Greer 2, Barnard). Free throws 16/24. Record 16-3.

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Anna posted on: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 5:16 PM

Title: McCracken VS. Cairo

McCracken County played Cairo, IL at McCracken (not Cairo); Jason Armstrong led the way with 15 (not 11 - if it were 11 then Caleb Stonecipher would have led the way with 13); And Ryne Burnett has already graduated from college. He never played for McCracken High. Jared Burnett, however, is a starting guard for MCHS and scored 12 points in last night's game.

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