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PJHS 6th, RH 5th boys 2nd, PJHS 5th boys 3rd at Hutsonville

By Josh Brown
Daily Record

HUTSONVILLE - Three of the four Lawrence County teams that participated in the annual Hutsonville fifth and sixth grade tournaments brought home hardware over the weekend.

Lawrenceville wound up second in the sixth grade tournament, while Red Hill was second in the fifth grade tournament and Lawrenceville finished third.

In the sixth grade tournament Saturday, Lawrenceville opened with a 39-31 win over Marshall in the semifinals.

Lawrenceville held an 11-10 lead after one quarter and extended it to 18-16 at halftime. Lawrenceville then outscored Marshall 11-6 in the third quarter to push the margin to 29-22, then also won the fourth quarter 10-9 to seal the win.

Noah Wilson led Lawrenceville with 17 points, while Jayden Goff posted nine, Zander Cessna scored eight, Emery Ivers netted three and Aiden Winningham added two.

That sent Lawrenceville into the championship game against Casey-Westfield - who won their semifinal game over Carlisle, Ind., 38-26. The game could not be decided in regulation, as Casey-Westfield pulled out a 35-33 win in overtime.

Lawrenceville trailed 12-9 after one quarter, then outscored Casey-Westfield 8-4 in the second period to take a 17-16 lead at halftime. Lawrenceville then won the third quarter 11-10 to take a 28-26 lead into the final period, only for Casey-Westfield to win the fourth quarter 7-5 to send the game into overtime tied at 33-33. Casey-Westfield then scored the only basket in the extra session to pull out the win.

Hunter Gray led Lawrenceville with nine points, while Goff scored eight, Ivers and Wilson posted six points apiece and Cessna netted four.

Meanwhile, Red Hill lost to Paris Crestwood in a consolation bracket game, 29-22.

Red Hill trailed 9-6 after one quarter, then pulled to within 17-15 at halftime before before losing the third quarter 5-4 to make the score 22-19 heading into the final period. Red Hill then was outscored 7-3 in the fourth quarter to reach the final margin.

Avery Arbuckle led Red Hill with nine points, while Clayton Potts posted seven, Ozzy Ash scored four and Brennan Potts added two.

In the fifth grade tournament, Red Hill opened Saturday with a 33-18 win over Newton St. Thomas in the semifinals, then lost to Carlisle in the championship game, 36-17.

Against St. Thomas, Red Hill led 6-2 after one quarter, 10-6 at halftime and 18-14 after three quarters, then outscored St. Thomas 15-4 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win.

D.J. Brashear led Red Hill with 11 points, while Layton Moore posted 10, Levi McCullough scored six and Marcus Davis and Clayton Roney each netted four.

Against Carlisle, Red Hill trailed 10-4 after one quarter and 16-8 at halftime, then were outscored 14-2 in the quarter to make the score 30-10. Red Hill did win the fourth quarter 7-6, but it was not enough.

Moore led Red Hill with nine points, while Roney, Davis, McCullough and Conner Sorrell scored two points apiece.

Meanwhile, Lawrenceville won a pair of games, beating St. Thomas 29-16 in the consolation semifinals, then rolling past Casey-Westfield in the third-place game, 37-14.

Against St. Thomas, Lawrenceville jumped out to a 13-1 lead after one quarter and still maintained a 17-7 lead at halftime. Lawrenceville won the third quarter 7-0 to make the score 24-7, then St. Thomas won the fourth quarter 9-5, but Lawrenceville was able to hold on for the win.

Nox Gray led Lawrenceville with 16 points, while Isaac Vennard posted eight and Bobby Duffy scored five.

Against Casey-Westfield, Lawrenceville jumped out to a 16-4 lead after one quarter, then extended its advantage to 24-6 at halftime. The margin grew to 33-10 after three quarters, then each team scored four points in the fourth quarter to reach the final totals.

Gray led Lawrenceville with 22 points, while Duffy posted nine and Vennard netted six.



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