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Clark County guard Brandon Kracht fired in a game high 30 points, leading the Indians to a 72-61 win over Highland in the 77th Annual Tony Lenzini Tournament boys consolation championship game.
The January 25, 2020 contest was delayed a day by inclement weather. Clark County took a narrow 13-11 first quarter lead. The Indians put 20 points on the board in the second quarter for a 33-23 halftime lead.
Clark County kept their double digit lead entering the fourth quarter. Brandon Kracht and Dalton Klocke lit up the scoreboard in the fourth quarter. The teams scored 27 points each in the final period for the 72-61 Clark County win.
Dalton Klocke led Highland with 20 points. Drew Mallett, Alex Meyer and Cameron Bringer scored six Cougar points each. Brandon Holder, Dakota Stegeman and Justin Hawkins put in five points each.
Dylan Schroeder, Jacob Klocke and Robert Goings scored three Highland points each. Layne Summers was in double figures for Clark County with 14 points.