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Madisonville Downs Trigg County 62-48

Madisonville used a 19-2 run over parts of the second and third quarters to beat Trigg County 62-48 Tuesday night in Madisonville.  The loss was Trigg County's 13th straight to the Maroons on their home floor dating back to 1950 -- the year of Trigg's only win in Madisonville.

Trigg County overcame a slow start to tie the game at 26 late in the first half before Madisonville ran off the final six points of the half.  The Maroons out scored Trigg 13-2 to start the second half to seal the win.

Trigg County -- playing without two starters due to sickness -- got 17 points from Demaria Nance and 13 from Cole Garnder. Debo Mayes scored 11 points in a starting role.

Madisonville (11-6) shot 67-percent from the field on 27-of-40 shooting.  Ross Thomas scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.  Sophomore Javieon Eaves added 16 points.

Trigg County got outbounded 36-19 in the game and shot just 34-percent from the field.

The Wildcats (10-5) host Christian County Friday night at Wildcat Gym.


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People : Cole GarnderDebo MayesJavieon EavesRoss Thomas

01/24/2014 1:30AM
Madisonville Downs Trigg County 62-48
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