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February 18, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Highlanders falls to No. 8 Brownstown, 64-47

Dragons, Generals stay at top of MSC

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FLOYDS KNOBS — MCEWEN POWERS GENERALS PAST NORTH HARRISON

Calvin McEwen scored 31 points for the Generals in their 64-56 victory over North Harrison (7-10) on Tuesday.

The Class 2A No. 2 Generals stayed in the MSC race by improving to 6-1 in the conference. They are 14-2 overall.

Clarksville was down 45-42 entering the fourth quarter. The Generals went on a 22-11 run in the fourth to take the lead and pull away for the victory.

Along with McEwen Clarksville received 23 points from Nick Jones.

CLARKSVILLE 64, NORTH HARRISON 56.

Clarksville           5 25 12 22—64

North Harrison    8 22 15 11—56


    Clarksville scoring: Calvin McEwen 31, Nick Jones 23, Evan Guenthner 4, Marquise Parrish 4, DJ Coleman 2.

    North Harrison scoring: Nolot 17, Jenkins 15, Hinton 7, Knopp 7, Smith 6, Flock 2, Mink 2.

    3-point field goals: Clarksville 6 (McEwen 3, Jones 3); North Harrison 3 (Hinton, Smith, Nolot).

    Next: Clarksville (15-2) hosts Borden (14-3), Friday.     

  

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