Lincoln County High School’s Falcons picked up a pair of out-of-district wins last week, defeating Moore County at home Thursday night, 67-39, after defeating Giles County on the road, 59-47, in overtime on Tuesday.

Monday night, the Falcons dropped a boys’ only match-up at home against Huntsville High School, 53-42.

 

By the numbers

 

Against Moore County

By Quarters: LCHS, 17, 19, 16, 15 (final, 67); Moore, 12, 10, 07, 10 (final, 39).

Scoring: Owen Sandlin, 19; Ben Bassham, 12; Michael Gill, 10; Josiaha Jenkins, 8; Jailen Brown, 4; Will Ogle, 4; Nick Bertorelli, 3; Adam Suszczynski, 2; Eli Ogle, 2; Jesse Whitehead, 2; Caden Jacks, 1.

Free Throws: LCHS, 3 of 8; Moore, 7 of 9.

3-Pointers: LCHS, Bassham, 3; Sandlin, 3; Jenkins, 2; Bertorelli, 1; Gill, 1.

 

Against Giles County

By Quarters: LCHS, 14, 18, 07, 07, 13 (final, 59); Giles, 10, 11, 19, 06, 01 (final, 47).

Scoring: Ben Bassham, 25; Ethan Sticker, 11; Jailen Brown, 8; Michael Gill, 8; Owen Sandlin, 5; Adam Suszczynski, 2.

Free Throws: LCHS, 12 of 18; Giles, 13 of 18.

3-Pointers: LCHS, Bassham, 4; Sandlin, 1.

 

Against Huntsville High

By Quarters: LCHS, 06; 15, 11, 10 (final, 42); Huntsville, 18, 09, 14, 12 (final, 53).

Scoring: Ben Bassham, 1; Adam Suszczynski, 8; Michael Gill, 7; Owen Sandlin, 6; Jailen Brown, 4; Josiaha Jenkins, 4; Ethan Sticker, 2

Free Throws: LCHS, 3 of 6; Huntsville, 7 of 10.

3-Pointers: LCHS, Bassham, 1. Huntsville hit 8 from the arc.

Next: The Falcons open district action this week, traveling to Shelbyville on Tuesday before hosting Tullahoma on Friday. The girls’ action gets underway at 6 p.m., with the boys to follow.

Friday night’s game will also benefit the Lincoln County Toy Drive – anyone who brings a toy to the game that evening will be admitted to the game free of charge.

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