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Trojan teams take down Wardens

DRUMMOND – Drummond put Powell County in a full lock down Saturday night, winning both varsity games handily in non-district matchups.

In the boys games, Drummond used a stifling defense to hold the Wardens to just seven second-half points on their way to a 74-32 victory.

“We held them to seven points in that second half,” noted DHS Boys Head Coach Levi Parsons. “That was a huge defensive stand for ‘em (Drummond). We did a lot of good things. We moved the ball really well. We talked about that in the locker room that we were gonna see some pressure and that they’d bring it right up to the half-court line. To beat that we were going to need quick ball movement and get the ball going all over the place and make them chase us instead of them catching up to us.”

Balanced scoring was the name of the game for the Trojans in the win, with four of the team’s five starters all within three points of each other. Michael James led the way with 18 points which included going 3-for-4 from the three-point line. Seniors Brody Rasor, Trey Phillips, and Scott Parke had 15 apiece. Rasor led in assists with eight. Phillips had eight rebounds and was a perfect 3-for-3 from the free throw line. Parke had 10 rebounds and six assists.

Brody Hunter was the top scorer for the Wardens with 11.

In Junior Varsity play, Powell County got the better of Drummond 44-39. The Trojans Chance Dunkerson led all scorers in the game with 13 points.

The Trojans are back in action Tuesday when they host Valley Christian at 3 p.m.



Powell County – 12/13/3/4 – 32

Drummond – 16/20/16/18 – 74

Powell County – Lombardi 2, Beck 11, Freeman 2, Angel 2, Rubink 2, Jones 2, Henze 3

Drummond – Rasor 15, Parke 15, Coleman 5, James 18, Phillips 15, Loessberg 3, Goettle 3


Girls Varsity

In a game that saw the Lady Trojans leading 23-16 after three quarters, Kimber Parsons exploded for 10 points in the final stanza to give Drummond a 44-23 victory.

Parsons and Lexi Nelson, who also had eight points in the final eight minutes, scored 18 of the their team’s 21 points in the fourth. Combined with a defense that held the Lady Wardens to just seven points, it was more than enough to secure the game’s final outcome.

Parsons finished with 20 points and Nelson with 11. Parsons and Bailey Parke each had six rebounds with Charlee Cline dishing a team-high three assists.



Powell County – 0/5/11/7 – 23

Drummond –

Powell County – Brown 6, Lamb 12, Hathaway 1, Rubink 2, Grande 1, Hunter 1

Drummond – Parsons 20, Nelson 11, Parke 4, CCline 6, CCline 3


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