Monday, August 7, 2017

BATTLE OF THE BRIDGES: Future Star Boys game recap

LOUISVILLE – A talented Indiana Future Star Boys team rolled past Kentucky in the 20th annual Battle of the Bridges on Saturday at MidAmerica Sports Center 76-47.
Two Hoosier Stars scored in double figures and three of their teammates tallied at least nine points. Jeffersonville sophomore Tre Coleman led Indiana with a game-high 18 points. The 6-foot-6 forward registered 12 of his 18 points in the second half.
Jeff sophomore guard Jacob Jones earned Indiana Team MVP honors with 13 points. Pouring in nine points each were Christian Academy sophomore Bailey Conrad, North Harrison freshman Langdon Hatton and Jeff sophomore Caleb Mason.
Also for Indiana, Austin junior Drew Buhr had eight points and New Albany sophomore Julien Hunter tallied six.
Leading 13-9 after the first quarter, Indiana proceeded to outscore Kentucky in the second 18-8 to go ahead 31-17 at halftime.
The Hoosier Stars started the third with an 8-2 run to extend their lead to 20 points at 39-19 with about five minutes left in the period. The advantage grew to as high as 24 in the stanza. The 29-point final margin was Indiana’s largest lead.
Lousville Male’s Tyren Moore paced Kentucky with 16 points, accumulating all those points in the second half to collect the Bluegrass Team MVP award.
South Oldham’s Luke Morrison added eight points, while Louisville Ballard’s Lewis Richards scored seven for Kentucky.

Kentucky                9   8 19 11-47
Indiana                 13 18 25 20-76
Kentucky: Tyren Moore (Louisville Male) 16, Luke Morrison (South Oldham) 8, Lewis Richards (Louisville Ballard) 7, Terron Toney (North Bullitt) 5, Thomas Dozier (Louisville Butler) 4, Joshua Williams (Fairdale) 3, Noah Courtney (Male) 2, Ashton Myles-Devore (Woodford County) 2, Quintin Anderson (Louisville Moore) 0, Terrance McDaniels (Louisville Trinity) 0, Cameron Underwood (Butler) 0.
Indiana: Tre Coleman (Jeffersonville) 18, Jacob Jones (Jeff) 13, Bailey Conrad (Christian Academy) 9, Langdon Hatton (North Harrison) 9, Caleb Mason (Jeff) 9, Drew Buhr (Austin) 8, Julien Hunter (New Albany) 6, Caleb Brown (New Albany) 4, Andrew Slaton (Scottsburg) 0.
3-point field goals: Kentucky 5 (Morrison 2, Richards 2, Moore 1); Indiana 4 (Buhr 2, Jones 1, Mason 1).

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