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BCHS Boys' Basketball

Balanced Bears clobber Cloverport, 65-17

CLOVERPORT - Returning to the win column, Butler County clobbered host Cloverport 65-17 in a boys' high school basketball game on Tuesday, March 2.

With the win, Butler County improved to 4-7.

Cloverport dropped to 1-17 with the loss. 

Butler County shot 46 percent (29-of-63) from the field. The Bears were 5-of-21 (23.8 percent) from 3-point range.

Butler County finished 2-of-11 from the free throw line.

Dominating inside, Butler County outrebounded Cloverport 47-15. 

Leevi McMillin and Solomon Flener scored a game-high 12 points apiece to lead Butler County to the convincing victory. 

Flener recorded a double-double, pulling down 10 rebounds.

Narrowly missing a double-double, McMillin grabbed nine rebounds. 

Accompanying McMillin and Flener in double figures for Butler County, Jagger Henderson netted 10 points. 

Butler County featured 11 different scorers, including Brody Hunt (eight points), Lawson Rice (six points), Braden Dockery (five points), Colton Tichenor (three points), Kolton Hudson (three points), Jonah Akers (two points), Briar Griffin (two points) and Keagen Grubb (two points). 

Struggling offensively, Cloverport shot 13.5 percent (5-of-37) from the field. The Aces were 3-of-20 (15 percent) from 3-point range.

Cloverport shot 50 percent (4-of-8) from the free throw line. 

Austin Hedges (six points), Cole Weatherholt (three points), Conner Lagadinos (three points), Dorcey Emery (two points), Devon Farris (two points) and Nathan Poole (one point) accounted for Cloverport's scoring.

Butler County is scheduled to host Apollo at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 4.

Henderson County 91, Butler County 65: Butler County was limited offensively as visiting Henderson County pulled away to win 91-65 in a boys' high school basketball game on Monday, March 1. 

Hot-shooting Henderson County thrived offensively. 

Henderson County shot 75.5 percent (37-of-49) from the field. The Colonels were 12-of-14 from 3-point range, shooting 85.7 percent beyond the arc. 

Henderson County finished 5-of-9 (55.6 percent) from 3-point range.

Noah Curry poured in a game-high 32 points to lead Butler County to the victory. Curry was 5-of-6 from 3-point range.

Henderson County featured five scorers in double figures. Accompanying Curry in double figures for the Colonels, Gerard Thomas added 17 points, Xavier Bugg contributed 14 points and Brayden Lyons and Koby Reed provided 12 points apiece. 

Rounding out Henderson County's individual scoring, Nolan Bender and Logan McKinney chipped in two points apiece for the Colonels. 

Butler County shot 48 percent (24-of-50) from the field. The Bears were 5-of-17 (29.4 percent) from 3-point range.

The Bears shot 85.7 percent (12-of-14) from the free throw line. 

Solomon Flener netted 19 points to lead the Bears. Accompanying Flener in double figures for Butler County, Jagger Henderson netted 18 points.

The additional scorers for Butler County in the setback were Leevi McMillin (eight points), Brody Hunt (six points), Lawson Rice (six points), Hayden Hodge (five points) and Keagen Grubb (three points). 

Bears drop game to Apollo 

MORGANTOWN - Butler County was limited offensively as visiting Apollo pulled away to win 51-35 in a boys' high school basketball game on Thursday, March 4.

With the loss, Butler County dropped to 4-8.

Apollo improved to 4-11 with the win. 

A member of the 9th District, Apollo shot 39 percent (16-of-41) from the field. The Eagles were 5-of-18 (27.8 percent) from 3-point range. 

Apollo shot 73.7 percent from the free throw line. 

Dan St. Claire led Apollo to the win, scoring a team-high 12 points.

Accompanying St. Claire in double figures for the Eagles, Harrison Bowman, Jaden Kelly and Cameron Frantz netted 11 points apiece. 

Chipping in offensively for Apollo, Landon Hamilton added six points while grabbing 10 a team-high rebounds. 

Butler County was 13-of-46 from the field. The Bears were 3-of-21 from 3-point range.

Butler County managed to shoot 60 percent (6-of-10) from the free throw line. 

Solomon Flener led Butler County with a game-high double-double, scoring 13 points and snatching 11 rebounds. 

Flener was the only Butler County player to reach double figures.

The additional scorers for Butler County in the setback were Leevi McMillin (seven points), Jagger Henderson (six points), Hayden Hodge (seven points), Brody Hunt (two points) and Isaac Dockery (one point). 

 

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