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Tuesday night hoops

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Cards lose half-time lead to Russell County.

By Bobby Brockman

Russell County comes back in second half
to down Taylor County High’s Cardinals 70-55

Taylor County led Russell County by three at the half, but were out-scored by 10 in the third quarter and eight in the fourth frame and fell at home 70-55 at home on Tuesday night.
Trae Wells led the Cardinals with 17 points while Quentin Goodin totaled 14 and Caleb Wigginton 11.
Taylor County did best Barren County 57-55 on the road Saturday.


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