Middle School scores victories
by Scott Morton Special to TCR
Nov 05, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Trigg County Boy’s Middle School Basketball team scored a couple of victories last week.

This past Tuesday, the 7th grade team defeated Livingston County 69 – 50. The top scorers of the game were Luke McKenzie with 22 points and Cole Gardner with 18 points. Corbin Estes added six points with a contribution of a total of 23 points came from a strong bench of players.

The 7th grade team also defeated North Drive 53 – 18 this past Thursday. The top scorers of the game were Cole Gardner with 13 and Luke McKenzie with 11. Clark Adams contributed seven points with a mighty bench contributing 22 points.

You know, the 7th grade team has a lot in common with the 8th grade team. Both of the teams have started the season with a 2 – 0 record.

The 8th grade team beat Livingston County 85 – 24 on Tuesday. The top scorers of the game were DeOnquez Nance with 22 points, Jordan Davis with 17 points and Luke McKenzie with 16 points. Travis Desrochers contributed five points as an athletic bench offered 30 points for our Midcats.

This past Thursday, the 8th grade team beat North Drive 59 – 50. The top scorers for the game were Jordan Davis with 15 points, DeOnquez Nance with 10 points and Luke McKenzie with 11 points. Cole Gardner also added nine points and eight points came from David Wease.

Your Midcats are starting off on the right foot this season. Coaches Scott Morton and Michael Stinnett are very proud of our student-athletes. They are truly a fine bunch of young men.

The coaches would like to thank our principal, Mr. Mangels, our student-athletes, all of our wonderful teachers & support staff and the support from our wonderful parents! All of you guys and gals are awesome and we truly appreciate you and all that you do for our program. Thank you!

Our next games will be Thursday at Hopkinsville Middle School at 5:30. Please come out and support your Midcats!

(Thanks to Scott Morton, TCMS head basketball coach for this report)
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