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Vikings rout Trico in Carbondale tourney opener

Staff report

At Carbondale, Ill., St. Mary opened the Carbondale Holiday Tournament with the early game at 10 a.m. Thursday at SIU Arena but warmed up quickly to take an early lead on Trico (Ill.) and handle the Pioneers easily, 65-34.

Patrick Hubert led the Vikings in scoring with 19 points and was the only player in the game in double digits as nine St. Mary players scored. Grant Kelley led Trico with eight.

The Vikings improved to 5-2 and dropped Trico to 6-2. St. Mary plays Carterville (Ill.) today at 5:30 at SIU Arena.

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St. Mary 14 34 59 65

Trico 5 18 25 34

Trico - Hammel 2, Myers 1, Jones 4, Redbour 6, Bryant 2, Kelley 8, Anderson 1, Koch 3, Compton 4, Baker, Coleman, Stromeyer, Chapman.

Field goals 11/25. 3-pointers 1/14 (Kelley). Free throws 9/14. Rebounds 23. Fouls 15. Record 6-2.

St. Mary - Hubert 19, Dickens 2, Averill 8, Overstreet  9, Dome 7, Hopper 4, Smith 5, A. Hubert 6, Eggemeyer 5, Blackwell, Urhan, Emmons, Vaughan, Norris, Deneve, Quarles.

Field goals 23/32. 3-pointers 3/13 (Hubert, Overstreet, Dome). Free throws 10/17. Rebounds 29. Fouls 13. Record 5-2.

Daviess County 47, Tilghman 41 - At Owensboro, up by eight at the half, Paducah Tilghman fell into a 22-9 spiral in the third and lost to Daviess County at the McLean County Holiday Classic on Thursday. The game was moved to the Owensboro Apollo gymnasium because of storm damage in McLean County.

The Panthers gave themselves several extra shots at the basket thanks to 12 offensive rebounds in the third quarter. Marshall Griffith led Daviess with 12 points while Tim Bickel had 11. Brannon Warfield hit a trio of treys for most of his team-high 11 points for the Tornado, who face Mayfield in a consolation game at 1 today.

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Daviess County 6 15 37 47

Paducah Tilghman 12 23 32 41

DAVIESS- Pendleton 3, Hagan 2, Burton 7, Griffith 12, Whitmore 8, Bickel 11, Currie 4, Merritt, Gilbreath.

Field goals 15/41. 3-pointers 3/13 (Griffith 2, Currie). Free throws 14/27. Record 7-1.

TILGHMAN - McEwen 3, Hawkins 2, Dunigan 6, Hart 9, Warfield 11, Mayes 2, Davis 8, Belt, Prather.

Field goals 17/45. 3-pointers 6/18 (Warfield 3, Dunigan 2, McEwen). Free throws 1/4. Record 5-3.

Waggener 78, Mayfield 73 - At Owensboro, Mayfield led by nine at the half, but four 3-pointers in the third by Waggener turned this game around at the McLean County Holiday Classic, played at Owensboro Apollo because of storm damage.

Davon Cooper led the Wildcats with 19 points and Deante Love scored 19 points to lead the Cardinals, followed by Marshall Bacon (17), Nick Felts (16) and Lane Kennemore (11). Mayfield will face Paducah Tilghman in a consolation game at 1 today.

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Waggener 16 26 51 78

Mayfield 16 37 49 73

WAGGENER- Wells 10, Davon Cooper 19, Maddox 6, Dennison 6, Ingram 3, Kirby 7, Adams 2, Kratholm 12, Hobbs 13.

Field goals 28/62. 3-pointers 6/15 (Cooper 3, Wells 2, Hobbs). Free throws 16/23. Record 7-1.

MAYFIELD - Bacon 17, Love 19, Kennemore 11, Ballard 1, Felts 16, Downing 4, Guhy 2, Tyler 3.

Field goals 28/49. 3-pointers 5/10 (Felts 3, Kennemore 2). Free throws 12/17. Record 3-5.

Girls

Russellville 56, Trigg 51 - At Russellville, after being down most of the game, Trigg County grabbed a slim lead in the fourth before finally falling to Russellville at the First National Bank Christmas Classic. Khalia Hampton provided more than half the Lady Panther offense with 31 points. Mallory Mize led Trigg's Lady Wildcats with 21 points, followed by Jessica Lovdahl (17) and Alison Russell (11). Trigg will play Spencer County in a consolation game at 11 this morning.

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Trigg County 9 22 39 51

Russellville 15 26 40 56

TRIGG- Mize 21, Lovdahl 17, Russell 11, Oliver 2, Murphy, Mount, Gray, Chaney.

Field goals 20. 3-pointers 4 (Russell 3, Mize). Free throws 7/12. Record 1-5. 

RUSSELLVILLE - K. Hampton 31, S. Hampton 8, Sydnor 7, Cheaney 5, Bryant 3, Wilkerson 2, Stovall.

Field goals 21. 3-pointers 5 (K. Hampton 4, Sydnor). Free throws 9/18. Record 1-7.

Mayfield 68, Williamstown 56 - At Calhoun, Mayfield used a big third quarter to take control of Williamstown in the McLean County Holiday Tournament on Thursday.

The Lady Cardinals placed four players in double figures led by Samiya Kendrick with 18 points and Kaitlyn Isbell with 17. Rachel Montgomery and Katie Cheek led the Lady Demons with 13 apiece; Sammie Souder added 10.

Mayfield plays Webster County at 5:30 p.m. today.

Williamstown 8 20 31 56

Mayfield 10 24 40 68

Williamstown - Montgomery 13, Cheek 13, Kennedy 8, S. Souder 10, Howe 6, K. Johnson 6, Marksbury, Chambers, O. Souder..

Field goals 21. 3-pointers 0. Free throws 14/22. Rebounds 29. Fouls 18. Record 2-8.

Mayfield - Isbell 17, Olive 13, Kendrick 18, Daniel 2, Womack 2, Looper 12, Guthry 4, Dickerson.

Field goals 24. 3-pointers 1 (Looper). Free throws 17/26. Rebounds 28. Fouls 14. Record 2-5.

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