Article by Blake Franklin-
Coming into the game against Dyer County, while playing in the FCA Classic on Saturday, December 18, the LHS Tigers basketball program had been on a roll, winning two consecutive games. Lexington was looking to make it three in a row, but Dyer County had other plans. The Tigers played hard and had good production from players on the team, but at the end of the game, Lexington came up short by a single point. The final score between the two schools was 55-54, in favor of Dyer County.
Leading the team in points against Dyer County was Rodarius Transor. He was able to record 18 points in the game. Following Transor was Tanner Neisler who finished with 13 points in the contest. Rocky Hurley was able to add nine points of his own to go along with Caleb Gorden’s eight points. Lucas Wilkinson was also able to secure six points for the Tigers against Dyer County.
The Tigers were able to make eight out of their 12 free throw attempts in the game. To go along with that, Lexington was successful on 17 two-point baskets, as well as…
For the complete article, see the December 22nd edition of The Lexington Progress.