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By David Sharp
Knox County (5-7) fired out to a 9-2 lead in January 8, 2022 Highland Tournament boys’ consolation championship play and went on to a 50-36 win. The Eagles paced a 15-4 first quarter score.
Drayson Daniels hit a Clark County (3-9) three ball for a 21-9 Knox County edge with 3:30 remaining in the second quarter. Collin Hayes answered for the Eagles at the 3:08 mark of period two.
Knox County led 24-11 at the half. The Eagles reeled off a 17-8 third quarter run to a 41-19 lead at the three quarter pole. Gage Winters pulled Clark County back to a 41-21 deficit just inside the fourth quarter.
Collin Hayes completed a three point play for a 44-24 KCHS lead with 6:41 remaining. Lucas Eddleman hit a Clark County three for a 46-34 Knox County edge at the 3:30 mark of the fourth quarter.
Official tournament stats showed Nelson Shinkle with a game high 16 points. Jacob Becker turned in a strong effort, scoring 12 Knox County points. Collin Hayes was the third Knox County player in double figures with ten points.
Kellen Parrish scored seven points. Branson Miller scored three points and Tanner Gillaspy added two Eagle points.
Drayson Daniels led Clark County with 11 points. Collin Hunziker scored eight points. Gage Winters tossed in six Indian points. Carter Briscoe scored four points. Lucas Eddleman tallied three points. Boden Kleine and Jonathan Shinn scored two Indian points each.