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Basketball recaps (Dec. 3): OHS, OCHS, AHS boys

December 3, 2019

Tucker Hagan helped lead Owensboro to a dominant win over Union County on Tuesday. | Photo by Ryan Richardson

TUESDAY’S ACTION:
• Red Devils roll past Union County
• Aces hold off Greenwood in road win
• Eagles fall short at Grayson County
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For photos from the OHS game, click here.


RED DEVILS ROLL PAST UNION COUNTY
Five players scored in double figures as Owensboro ran away with a 90-68 home victory over Union County to start the season. Even without their full roster, the Red Devils found plenty of offense throughout their lineup.

Tucker Hagan knocked down four 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 22 points, and Amari Wales added 18 points. Matt Brown finished with 11 points, while Isaac Humphrey and Kenyata Carbon each scored 10.

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Also scoring were Reis Dickinson (8), Jaiden Greathouse (7) and Trey Hinton (4).


ACES HOLD OFF GREENWOOD IN ROAD WIN
Owensboro Catholic raced out to a 16-point halftime lead and managed to fend off a late attack by the Gators for a 76-70 victory in their first game of the season.

Ji Webb and Brian Griffith led the way with 18 points each, combining for 24 in the first half. Luke Scales and Drew Hartz each scored 11 points, while Gray Weaver added 10. Also scoring were Andrew Riney (5) and Braden Mundy (3).


EAGLES FALL SHORT AT GRAYSON COUNTY
A strong fourth quarter wasn’t enough after a slow start for Apollo, who dropped their season opener 53-48 at Grayson County. The Eagles scored 23 points in the fourth quarter.

Malik Wilson led the way with 13 points for Apollo. Also scoring were Harrison Bowman (9), Cameron Frantz (8), Landon Hamilton (6), Jaden Kelly (5), Jamen Kinison (3), Evan Deaton (2) and Dan St. Claire (2).

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