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Junior Steven Wagers gets set to grab one of his career-high 19 rebounds during Saturday's game against Jackson County.
Tiger head basketball coach Robert Marcum started his second-year as Tiger head man on the right foot as Clay County rolled past Lynn Camp and Jackson County this past weekend in the Big Red Shoot-Out.
Game Played Saturday
Clay Co. 77
Jackson Co. 51
Clay County stormed out of the gate for a 19-7 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back for the 26-point victory.
The border-rival Generals had no answer for the Tigers on the glass, as Clay dominated Jackson County on the boards, led by Steven Wagers who recorded a career-high 19 rebounds on the night.
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Wildcats, Lady Tigers Remain Number One at Midseason Mark
Burning Springs' Hannah Reid attempts to steal a ball from a Paces Creek player during Monday's elementary school games.
With undefeated 6-0 records, the Manchester Lady Tigers and the Hacker Wildcat basketball teams stand atop the elementary school rankings as the elementary basketball season reached its midseason point on Monday.
(Note: Rankings in story reflect previous week’s rank.)
#2 Manchester 40
#3 Big Creek 28
11 different Manchester Tigers scored in Tuesday night’s game, led by Steven Collins with nine points. Jacob Deaton added eight, Spencer Dubbels with six, and Connor Robinson chipped in four. Tyler Mathis pitched in three points, Jared Boley, Connor Farmer, Dustin Mathis, and Carter Bowling recorded two points apiece, while Josh Hicks and Cameron Farmer added an additional point each in the win.
Austin Estep paced the Indians with 12 points. Austin Jones netted seven, Donovon Grubb pitched in four, Timothy Bowling added three, and Tyler Hoskins recorded an additional two points in the loss.
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