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Kenwood wins on final day of Rossview High School New Year Basketball Bash

Clarksville Sports NetworkClarksville, TN – Kenwood High School won on the final day of the Rossview High New Year Basketball Bash Thursday afternoon, beating Gatlinburg-Pittman 67-53 and did it after trailing in the first quarter.

The Knights went 1-1 at the event after losing to Hunters Lane on Wednesday at Rossview High School. Kenwood improves to 12-3 with the victory over Gatlinburg-Pittman.

Kenwood's Trent McLaurin goes up for a shot in the Knights' 67-53 victory over Gatlinburg-Pittman in the Rossview High New Year Basketball Bash on Dec. 29th, 2011
Kenwood's Trent McLaurin goes up for a shot in the Knights' 67-53 victory over Gatlinburg-Pittman in the Rossview High New Year Basketball Bash on Dec. 29th, 2011

Kenwood had four players score in double figures led by Maleek Hall’s 17 points, Guy Stanford’s 14, Spencer Asher’s 12 and LeGree Hairston’s 10. The Knights trailed 20-15 after the first quarter, but outscored GPHS 17-8 in the second quarter to take a 32-28 lead in a t halftime.

Kenwood increased its lead to 48-42 at the end of the third and outpaced GPHS 19-11 in the fourth quarter. Gatlinburg-Pittman was led by Matt Hinton and Clay Leatherwood, both with 13.

Kenwood High School 67, Gatlinburg-Pittman High School 53

Kenwood                  15        17        16        19   —     67

Gatlinburg-Pittman  20        8          14        11   —     53

Kenwood: Maleek Hall 17, Guy Stanford 14, Spencer Asher 12, LeGree Hairston 10, Trent McLaurin 7, Will Simmons 7

Gatlinburg-Pittman: Matt Hinton 13, Clay Leatherwood 13, Davis Soehn 11, Blade Durbin 6, Brandon Stewart 6, Bhula 2, Steffon Schroeder 2

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James D. Horne began his writing career at the Carrollton Missouri Democrat in 1995, and was the assistant sports editor/writer for the Hammond Louisiana Daily Star for two years.  In 1998, Horne became the Missouri Basketball beat writer for the Columbia Daily Tribune. He joined The Leaf-Chronicle in Oct. 2003 as the lead prep writer and became the Austin Peay beat writer in March of 2005. During his career he won a state association sports writing award at the Daily Star and two while at the Leaf-Chronicle. Originally from Tampa, Florida, Horne earned his B.A in communications from Central Methodist University in Fayette Missouri.
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