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Marion County ends CHS season

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Knights triumph 63-43.

By Bobby Brockman

Campbellsville High’s Eagles led 5-3 early  on a Hayden Neal free throw and two baskets by Damontez Smith, but Marion County dominated the rest of the half en route to a 63-43 domination of the Eagles in the first round of the 20th District Tournament on Tuesday night at Taylor County.
The Knights used steady senior point guard John Southall’s 13 first-half points to build a 31-10 half-time cushion.
Reserves Bobby Jaglowicz and Clay Lanham added 12 and nine points, respectively, for coach Montrelle Irvin’s top-seed squad.
Smith led CHS (1-28) with 12 points while senior Mason Wethington added seven and Blake Clark six, a pair of late threes, for coach Tim Davis’ Eagles.
The Knights (18-11) play last night’s Taylor County-Adair County winner for the district title  Saturday.

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Marion County 63,
CHS Eagles 43
At Taylor County
Campbellsville High Eagles (43)
Player    FG    FT    TP
Wethington    1    5-5    7
Neal    1    1-4    3
Henry    2    1-2    5
Hash    0    1-2    1
Damontez Smith    4    3-8    12
Donnell Smith    0    0-0    0
Caldwell    0    0-0    0
Durham    1    1-2    3
Vaught    1    4-6    6
Clark    2    0-0    6
Dial    0    0-0    0
Horn    0    0-0    0
Barrera    0    0-0    0
Totals    12    16-29    43
Marion County Knights (63)
Player    FG    FT    TP
Smith    0    0-1    0
Collins    1    1-2    3
Litsey    2    0-6    4
Irvin    2    1-2    6
Southall    5    0-0    13
Lanham    2    3-4    9
Price    0    1-2    1
Gribbins    2    2-2    7
Jaglowicz    5    2-4    12
Tatum    1    0-2    2
Knopp    0    0-0    0
Cowherd    1    0-0    2
Lancaster    2    0-1    4
Mattingly    0    0-2    0
Overstreet    0    0-0    0
Totals    23    10-28    63
CHS    5    5    13    20    —    43
MCHS    9    22    15    17    —    63
3-point goals — Campbellsville 3 (Clark 2, Damontez Smith 1), Marion County 7 (Southall 3, Lanham 2, Irvin 1, Gribbins 1). Officials — Kyle Goodlett, Steve Allender, Darrell Brown.