Following the girls' heartbreaking loss from a three pointer at the buzzer, the boys hoped to get revenge on their district rival counterparts, the Grayson County Cougars on Friday night. No such luck was to be had, as the offense just never got going for the Wildcats.
The Cougars had a 4 point lead after the first quarter and continued to build on the lead with confidence throughout the remainder of the game. The Wildcats faced a 12 point deficit at halftime, and it just increased from there. The Cougars cruised to an easy victory 72-45.
The Wildcats were led by Austin Sowders with 12 points, 8 rebounds, and 1 assist. Chase Turley scored 9, grabbed 3 rebounds and blocked two shots.
The Wildcats travel to South Warren tomorrow night for a 6pm JV/V contest in Bowling Green.
Edmonson Voice Staff