Ohio County EaglesLEITCHFIELD, Ky. (1/10/18) — Trey Lewis scored a team-high 10 points as visiting Ohio County topped Grayson County 43-34 in a low-scoring boys' high school basketball game on Tuesday night.

Ohio County, under the direction of head coach Tony Hopper, notched its third straight win. 

With the win, Ohio County improved to 8-7.

Grayson County dropped to 7-10 with the loss.

Ohio County owned single digit leads at the conclusion of each quarter. The Eagles led 31-24 at the end of the third period.

John Parker and Heath Simmons added eight points apiece as the Eagles prevailed.

Nolan Shartzer paced Grayson County with a game-high 11 points.

 


Steve LeMaster

SurfKY News Sports

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