MORGANFIELD — The Webster County boys’ basketball team clinched the No. 2 seed in the Sixth District Tournament with a 51-32 win over Union County Friday night.

Junior Chatman Ellis led the Trojans (14-11) with 16 points, while sophomore Malachi Powell put up 13 (11 of which came in the second half) and senior Ethan Gilbert added nine against the Braves (6-18).

DAWSON SPRINGS 72,

FORT CAMPBELL 46

DAWSON SPRINGS — The Dawson Springs boys’ basketball team got its fifth straight win on Friday by beating Fort Campbell.

Senior Dylan Simpson led the Panthers (12-12) with 18 points while junior Justin Putman tacked on 14 and freshman Braxton Cotton added 12 against the Falcons (1-20).

Girls’ Basketball

WEBSTER COUNTY 54,

UNION COUNTY 34

MORGANFIELD — The Webster County girls’ basketball team clinched the No. 2 spot in the Sixth District Tournament with a win over Union County on Friday. Senior Kaylee Duncan led the Lady Trojans (13-12) with 11 points, while sophomore Karlie Keeney and junior Jessica Winders each got 10 and freshman Marissa Austin added nine against the Bravettes (6-17).

HENDERSON CO. 65,

HOPKINS CENTRAL 28

MORTONS GAP — The Hopkins County Central girls’ basketball team suffered its biggest loss of the season to Henderson County on Friday.

Senior TaLana Hardy led the Lady Storm (7-16) with 12 points and 12 rebounds (good for her third straight double-double and 11th of the season) while sophomore Keke Ikeard finished with nine points, five boards and two blocks against the Lady Colonels (20-3)

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