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Trojans get measure of revenge in win over Powell County


DRUMMOND – While the Lady Trojans held serve with their second straight win over the visiting Lady Wardens, the Drummond Boys claimed a decisive victory over Powell County Tuesday night at home.

 

Boys Varsity

Drummond 60, Powell County 47

Solid passing, good free throw shooting and some tough defense added up to a big win over Class B Powell County for the Trojans.

Trey Phillips had his best outing since the Tip-Off Tournament, scoring 15 points and collecting 10 rebounds in the paint for Drummond. His scoring was the result of some pinpoint interior passing from his teammates.

“We have really focused on that the last week, 10 days,” said DHS Head Coach Levi Parsons. “We have really crunched down on trying to move the ball a little bit quicker, popping it and finding the guys on the cuts and they were good to see it today.”

Phillips posted 10 points in the first half as he and the Trojans posted a 30-19 lead they would never relinquish. Drummond worked the lead to as big as 20 (41-21) with 3:09 to play in the third period before the Wardens rallied to close it to 46-36 two minutes into the fourth.

Balanced scoring was a key factor for the locals with nine of their 10 players scoring. Following Phillips were Sam Bryant with 10, Chase Goldade with nine and Caleb Parke with eight. Goldade and Colt Parsons had seven assists each.

The Trojans have two games remaining on their schedule with a game at Lincoln Friday and at home Saturday against Darby. The latter game should determine who will get the district’s No. 1 seed and a first-round bye in the tournament that starts next week in Frenchtown.

SCORING

Powell County – 12/7/10/17 – 47

Drummond – 16/14/15/15 – 60

Powell County – Bossert 2, Nicholson 11, West 18, Rennifield 1, Ford 13

Drummond – CBradshaw 2, SParke 2, CParke 8, Bryant 10, Rasor 2, Phillips 15, BBradshaw 5, Goldade 9, Parsons 7

 

Boys Junior Varsity

Powell County 39, Drummond 32

In a game that was tied through three periods, Powell County used a 14-7 run in the final eight minutes to secure the victory.

Scott Parke (7) and Brody Rasor (6) led Drummond in scoring.

 

Girls Varsity

Drummond 60, Powell County 33

The Lady Trojans needed a period to get going, bu8t once they did they ran all over the visiting Lady Wardens on their way to a 27-point victory.

Drummond had three players get into double figure scoring, led by Holly Hauptman with 15. Liz Perry added 14 points and eight rebounds while Jesse Struna added 12 points on four three pointers while dishing out six assists.

“The girls are improving every game,” said DHS Head Coach Nate Bignell. “As you can see from these last few games, they’re really getting better.”

In speaking with on the postseason, Bignell added, “I’m not sure where we are. I just know we have to go out and win games.”

With two district games left on their schedule the Lady Trojans have secured third place in the standings will likely face Valley Christian in the opening round of the District 13 tournament next week in Frenchtown.

SCORING

Powell County – 12/7/5/9 – 33

Drummond – 9/21/18/12 – 60

Powell County – Hansen 5, Jones 7, Spring 18, Lamb 3

Drummond – Williams 2, Hauptman 15, Struna 12, Perry 14, Nelson 7, Wagner 5, Parsons 5

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