Article by Blake Franklin-
In what the Scotts Hill basketball team was hoping would be a fun and exciting night while celebrating homecoming festivities, the North Side Indians had other plans for the evening. Scotts Hill had welcomed North Side to their home gym last Friday night for homecoming and were looking to give the fans a victorious performance, but the team ultimately fell on night to the Indians, 65-56.
The Lions couldn’t quite keep pace with North Side in the first half. Scotts Hill scored 16 points in the first quarter and gave up 19 points. In the second quarter, the Lions scored 12 more points but allowed North Side to score 17. The halftime score was 36-28, in favor of the Indians. The third quarter saw the Lions outscore North Side 14-7, but the fourth quarter was much like the first half. Scotts Hill scored 14 points but allowed North Side to score 22.
Bryce Allard would lead the team in scoring on the night with 15 points. Zach Anglin followed him by scoring 11 points and Jack Beecham accounted for 9 points in the loss. Both Colton Bailey and Lane Martin each scored 6 points for the Lions. Riley McClain would collect 5 points in the game and Ripken Clenny rounded out the scoring by accounting for 2 points.
The leaders for Scotts Hill in rebounding were Lane Martin, who collected 10 rebounds, and Riley McClain, who recorded 6 rebounds on the night. Bryce Allard and Jack Beecham would lead the team in…
For the complete story, see the February 10th edition of The Lexington Progress.