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The wait is over, and this weekend marks the beginning of another Clay County Tiger basketball season.
Second-year Head Coach Robert Marcum leads the Tigers to an opening weekend that’s sure to be filled with excitement, as the Tigers host the Big Red Shoot-Out.
“This event is an honor to host every year,” said Coach Marcum, “William ‘Big Red’ Campbell was a legend here, and I have many special memories of him and his legacy. Hosting a Shoot-Out in his honor is a privilege for us this weekend. His accomplishments, time and effort that he put into the Clay County sports programs will never be forgotten.”
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 19:25
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 19:23 >
Both of the teams from Manchester and Hacker, girls and boys, are undefeated on the year with each team posting a 4-0 record thus far.
Hacker will play host to Manchester Thursday night, and action will begin with the girls’ game, scheduled for 5:30.
The Lady Tigers possess the deepest team in the county, and arguably the most solid team in the county from top-to-bottom.
Manchester has had a different leading scorer in every game this season, and is led in scoring by Kaylee Mathis, averaging 11 points per game.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 19:24
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