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Middle School Lakers season winding down

In Jan. 31-Feb. 6 Issue
By Derek Aaron
Times Journal Sports Editor

The Russell County Middle School Lakers have been busy lately, playing games against Lebanon, Campbellsville and Adair County within the past week.

Both the 7th and 8th grade Lakers scored victories over Lebanon and Campbellsville.

In the seventh grade game against Lebanon, Russell County came away with a 30-point victory, 56-26.

Scoring for the Lakers was Tyler Robertson with 18, Jalen Bennett and Barton Mann with eight, Garrett Stephens with seven, Nick Britt with seven, Austin Beard with four, Dustin Pierce, Lucas Whittle and Chris Burchett with two points each.

In the eighth grade game, the Lakers came away with a 64-45 victory. Eleven Lakers scored in the victory, led by Hunter Best with 11 points. Tyler Robertson scored nine points while Jared Gosser and Blake Aaron both had seven points. Paul Allen Dick had six points while Dustin Powell and Steven Sanders had five apiece.

Brandon Bunch, Cody Huckaby and C.J. Bray all had four while Ethan Pike had two points.

Against Campbellsville, the seventh grade Lakers destroyed the Eagles, 58-11, in a game that was never close.

Dustin Pierce led the Lakers in scoring with 11 points followed by Nick Britt with nine points. Austin Beard and Tyler Robertson both had eight while Lucas Whittle and Garrett Stephens had six points each. Chris Burchett and T.J. Pierce both had four points while Jalen Bennett had three points in the victory.

In the eighth grade game, the Lakers held on for a 10-point victory, 58-48. The Lakers had a three-headed scoring monster in Jared Gosser, Hunter Best and Blake Aaron. All three Lakers had double-digit points in the game with Gosser and Best each with 16 and Aaron with 14 points in the victory.

Also scoring for Russell County was Tyler Robertson with five points, Evan Selby with three points and Cesar Prudente and Ethan Pike with two points apiece.

The Lakers traveled to Adair County on Monday night with the seventh grade defeating the Indians 45-15. The eighth graders didn’t fair as well, losing 49-41.

Eighth Grade Night for the RCMS basketball team is Jan. 31 when they play host to Clinton County at 5 p.m.
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