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The Perry County Central Commodores basketball team won Tuesday's home non-conference game against Whitley County by a score of 87-37.
Whitley County's stats are presented by HoopStats Basketball Scoring for iPhone/iPadRare Software
The Whitley County Colonels basketball team (Williamsburg, KY), was overwhelmed 87-37 in Tuesday's non-league battle with the host Perry County Central Commodores (Hazard, KY)
The Commodores now possess a 12-4 record. They play next when they travel to Breathitt County for a non-league battle on Saturday, January 14.
The Colonels (2-15) will now prepare for their battle against Corbin (Corbin, KY). The Redhounds come into the District 50 battle with a 8-6 record. In their last battle, Corbin triumphed over Middlesboro (Middlesboro, KY), 79-51, in a non-league battle.
Sr. Jaysean Paige and 8th grader Braxton Beverly juiced up the offense by connecting on 3 3's each.
Sr. Jaysean Paige led the Commodore offense at the half with 18 points.
Sr. Jaysean Paige finished the game with 27 points, while 8th grader Braxton Beverly had 15 points.