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Marksmen roll past Indiana Deaf

indianaCORYDON—Kammie Jo Hayes’ hot first quarter and Katie Goffinet’s hot second half carried Tell City past Indiana Deaf 49-25 in the first round of Corydon’s girls basketball tourney Friday.

Hayes scored 10 points in the first quarter.

“The first half we were able to work our high-low a few times early and get the ball to Kammie in the post,” said Tell City Coach John Hayes.

Read more: http://www.perrycountynews.com/content/marksmen-roll-past-indiana-deaf

Source: Perry County News

GSD opens season with big performances

georgiaThe high school basketball season got officially underway for the Floyd County area this weekend as the Georgia School for the Deaf’s teams hosted two opponents to start their schedule.

GSD hosted Gaylesville (Ala.) on Friday night and the Alabama School for the Deaf on Saturday in Cave Spring.

Read more: http://www.northwestgeorgianews.com/rome/sports/high_school/basketball-gsd-opens-season-with-big-performances/article_d2ec544a-c750-11e7-bc68-474dbfcac3d5.html

Source: Rome News-Tribune

Prep Basketball Roundup - November 8

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Boys Basketball

mississippiMississippi 48 Louisiana 26

Mississippi opened the 2017-2018 basketball campaign with a convincing win over Louisiana. The defense shut down Louisiana in the second half holding the hosts to just seven points. Kenmarkis Meeks led all scorers with 18 points followed by Kendrick Thomas with 11.

MSD 14-16-11-7 = 48
LSD    6-13--3-4 = 26

Halftime: Mississippi led 30-18.

MSD (1-0): K. Meeks 18, K. Thomas 11, A. Jones 7.

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