BARDWELL -- Carlisle County took advantage of extra opportunities from the foul line and a big fourth quarter to come from behind and defeat Paducah Tilghman 52-49 in boys high school basketball Friday.

The Comets were 8-for-10 from the charity stripe in the final frame to erase a three-point deficit after three periods.

Reese Anderson was tops among the Comets with 15 points, while Blake Elder added 13.

Micheal Laster led the Tornado, which led 42-39 entering the final stanza, with 11 points.

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Paducah Tilghman 14 13 15 7 -- 49

Carlisle County 11 13 15 13 -- 52

TILGHMAN -- Brown 9, Laster 11, Shaw 7, Rowe 3, McMullen 3, Fitzgerald 5, Goodwin 9, Marshall 2.

Field goals: 17. 3-pointers: 3 (Goodwin, Laster, Rowe). Free throws: 12/20. Fouls: 22. Record: 0-1.

CARLISLE -- Elder 13, Hook 7, Anderson 15, McGee 5, Teasley 3, Storey 7, Hayden 2.

Field goals: 13. 3-pointers: 4 (Anderson 2, Storey 2). Free throws: 22/33. Fouls: 19. Record: 1-1.

• Fulton Co. 57, CFS 54 -- With key player Caleb Kimble in Lexington for state football awards, Fulton County held off visiting Christian Fellowship's comeback effort. Hayden Murphy stepped up for the Pilots with 16 points and 10 rebounds with Armani Yandal pitching in 13 points. Mikey Bivin scored all of his team-high 11 points for the Eagles during a 28-13 fourth quarter that cut into an 18-point deficit to three.

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Christian Fellowship 10 6 10 28 -- 54

Fulton County 19 11 14 13 -- 57

CFS -- Allen 8, Phillips 9, Bivin 11, Hovekamp 4, Futrell 6, Gunning 8, Grigg 8.

Field goals: 24. 3-pointers: 1 (Phillips). Free throws: 5/13. Fouls: 12. Record: 0-2.

FULTON CO. -- Henderson 6, Murphy 16, Yandal 13, Hammond 6. Jr. Warren 4, Jq. Warren 7, Cole 3, Smith 2

Field goals: 22. 3-pointers: 4 (Murphy 3, Cole). Free throws: 9/19. Rebounds: 37. Fouls: 16. Record: 2-0.

GIRLS

• Tilghman 74, Carlisle 64 -- At Bardwell, Eleese Anderson led the way with 18 points as Paducah Tilghman came on strong midway through for a win at Carlisle County. The Lady Tornado trailed 13-12 entering the second quarter but led by four at halftime. They built the margin to double-digits in the second half to secure the victory.

Dasia Garland recorded a double-double of 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Tornado, while Jaaliyah Biggers and Rosie Minter each added 10 points. Carlisle's Tristen Tyler topped all scorers with 23 points, followed by teammates Taylar Owens with 15 and Kierra Whitaker 10.

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Paducah Tilghman 12 20 19 21 -- 74

Carlisle County 13 15 13 23 -- 64

TILGHMAN -- Gray 8. Anderson 18, Shannon 2, Biggers 10, Garland 11, Wurth 7, Jackson 8, Minter 10.

Field goals: 27. 3-pointers: 2 (Jackson 2). Free throws: 18/35. Rebounds: 39. Fouls: 27. Record: 2-0.

CARLISLE -- Wiley 2, Whitaker 10, Owens 15, Gibson 2, Tyler 23, Jones 4, Hall 8

Field goals: 19. 3-pointers: 3 (Whitaker, Owens, Tyler). Free throws: 17/34. Fouls: 25. Record: 1-1.

• Henderson 66, McCracken 37 -- At Henderson, Henderson County was on fire from behind the arc with 12 3-pointers, while its defense limited McCracken County to two points in the third quarter of a dominant victory. Emilee Hope nailed six of those downtown shots to lead the Lady Colonels with 22 points. Abby Ellington led the Lady Mustangs with 10 points.

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McCracken 15 10 2 10 -- 37

Henderson 19 19 17 11 -- 66

MCCRACKEN -- Ellington 10, Morehead 8, Beavers 6, Thomas 5, Daye 4, Sivills 3.

Field goals: 11/40. 3-pointers: 4/13 (Ellington 2, Sivills, Thomas). Free throws: 11/17. Rebounds: 22. Fouls: 16. Record: 1-1.

HENDERSON -- Hope 22, Veal 12, Risley 11, Hubbard 8, Kemp 4, Spaulding 4, Wurth 3, Dixon 2.

Field goals: 22/56. 3-pointers: 12/22 (Hope 6, Risley 3, Veal 2, Wurth). Free throws: 10/15. Rebounds: 28. Fouls: 17. Record: 2-0.

• Hickman County 64, St. Mary 18 -- At Clinton, Hickman County made a forceful statement in its home opener against St. Mary behind Leigh Ann Jones' 12 points and Akacia Taylor's 11 points. The Lady Falcons dominated from the start, outscoring the Lady Vikings 24-14 in the second quarter to make it 43-14 at halftime. St. Mary was led by Chiara Doran's 13 points.

St. Mary 1 13 3 2 -- 18

Hickman Co. 19 24 13 8 -- 64

ST. MARY -- Doran 13, Nelson 3, Johnson 2. Record: 0-3.

HICKMAN COUNTY -- Jones 12, Taylor 11, Midyett 8, Lester 7, Basch 7, Skaggs 7, Wilber 5, Bartolo 3, Wesley 2, Naranjo 2. Record: 1-1.

• Warren East 54, Calloway 48 -- At Bowling Green, Calloway County was ice-cold shooting from the floor in the first half as a second-half resurgence from the foul line fell short at Warren East. Charlee Settle led the Lady Lakers with 20 points, while Elle Carson earned a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Lucy Patterson hit her free throws down the stretch, as she led the Lady Raiders with 19 points.

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Calloway County 5 8 12 23 -- 48

Warren East 14 11 11 18 -- 54

CALLOWAY -- Hicks 10, Carson 12, C. Settle 20, Waller 3, R. Settle 3.

Field goals: 11/32. 3-pointers: 4/11 (Carson 3, R. Settle). Free throws: 22/32. Rebounds: 27. Fouls: 18. Record: 0-1.

WARREN EAST -- Hymer 13, Sparks 3, Price 4, Patterson 19, Forrester 3, Bailey 6, Fulkerson 2, Miller 4.

Field goals: 20/31. 3-pointers: 3/5 (Hymer 2, Sparks). Free throws: 11/17. Rebounds: 18. Fouls: 25. Record: 2-0.

• Trigg 53, Crittenden 38 -- At Marion, Trigg County shut down Crittenden County over the second and third quarters to win this Fifth District showdown. Rylee Bush was 8-for-13 from the foul line as she led the Lady Wildcats with 18 points.

Olivia Noffsinger and Adri Phillips each chipped in with 11 points, as Phillips scored all but one of hers in the first half. Crittenden's Taylor Guess topped all scorers with 19 points.

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Trigg County 13 12 17 11 -- 53

Crittenden County 13 7 5 13 -- 38

TRIGG -- Rylee Bush 18, Olivia Noffsinger 11, Adri Phillips 11, E. Noffsinger 6, Reynolds 4, Grubbs 3

Field goals: 17. 3-pointers: 3 (Grubbs, O. Noffsinger, E. Noffsinger). Free throws: 16/25. Record: 1-1.

CRITTENDEN -- Guess 19, Duncan 7, Boone 5, Hayes 4, Moss 2, Woodard 1.

Field goals: 11. 3-pointers: 2 (Boone, Guess). Free throws: 14/24. Record: 0-2.

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