Topic: Angel Hall
Clarksville, TN – The Mount Juliet Golden Bears rallied in the fourth quarter to overcome an eight-point deficit and slay the Kenwood Knights, 48-45, in the Region 5-AAA tournament quarterfinals Tuesday night at Kenwood High School.
After outscoring the Bears 11-7 in the third quarter, the Knights went into the final quarter with a 37-29 lead. However, the Knights made just one field goal in the fourth quarter. Their only other points in the last eight minutes came from 6-of-10 shooting at the free throw line.
Clarksville, TN – The top four seeds in the District 10-AAA boys basketball tournament played each other in the semifinals at Kenwood High School Saturday.
Last season’s tournament champion advanced while this season’s top seeded regular season champion came up short.
The Clarksville High Wildcats and the Kenwood Knights advanced to play in the district tournament championship.
Clarksville, TN – Kenwood High School found itself down 15 points to Clarksville High School after one quarter, Friday, January 23rd at William Workman Gymnasium, but rallied over the final three periods to come away with a 57-51 District 10-AAA victory.
With the win, Kenwood (14-7, 7-3 District 10-AAA) remains tied for the top spot in the district standings with Northwest High School – who defeated West Creek High School 71-61 – while CHS (9-10, 6-4 District 10-AAA) drops to third-place.
Clarksville, TN – In basketball, the phrase buzzer beater conjures images of long jump shots from behind the three-point arc or half court as the last seconds of the clock wind down. Friday night at Kenwood High School, the Knights suffered their third straight district loss to the Henry County Patriots, 42-44, due to a buzzer beater. However, this game winning shot was not a long 3-pointer.
The game was tied at 42 with four seconds left on the clock when Angel Hall missed two free throws that would have given the Knights a lead.
Clarksville, TN – The Kenwood Knights (12-5, 5-1) rallied from eight points down in the fourth quarter to tie the game and send it into overtime Friday night at Kenwood High School. However, in overtime the rally came up short. The Rossview Hawks (9-6, 1-5) held off the Knights in overtime, 51-50, for their first district win.
The Knights came into Friday night’s game on a five game winning streak and undefeated in district play. The Hawks smothering defense held the Knights offense to a season low 40 points in regulation time. For the first three quarters the Knights scored single digit points and trailed the Hawks 31-23 going into the fourth.
The Vikings came very close to orchestrating a comeback victory. They cut down an 18-point deficit at the beginning of the third quarter to three points in the fourth quarter.
But the Knights executed down the stretch, eating up time with the lead and making five of six free throws in the fourth quarter to get the win.
Both teams came out running and gunning in the first period, setting a fast pace where both teams scored double digit points. But when the pace slowed in the second period, the Knights offense executed in the half court while the Coyotes offense stalled. The Knights outscored the Coyotes 15-5 in the second period, taking over the game and never relinquishing control.
Down by six points at the beginning of the fourth period, the Wildcats battled all the way back to within two points and were down by three with the ball and a chance to tie the game with 2.5 seconds left in the game. After a timeout, the Wildcats were set up to inbound the ball at half court. However, Tyree Boykin intercepted the inbound bass, giving the Knights the victory.
Clarksville, TN – Kenwood High School rallied from three-points down in the final 5:29, Friday, November 21st, versus Cheatham County High School to hand the Cubs their first loss of the season, 54-47.
Down 42-39 following one-of-two free throws from Cheatham County’s Dallas Mantlo — with 5:29 left in the game — Kenwood (3-2) would hold the Cubs scoreless over the next 4:57, while scoring 10 straight points to take a 49-42 lead with 41.2 seconds left.
Clarksville, TN – It was just too much speed and athleticism on the part of the Kenwood High School Knights basketball team, November 11th in their TSSAA Hall of Fame Game, as they dominated the Community High School Vikings in a 70-37 win to open the regular season.
The Knights utilized their speed and athleticism on both ends of the court against the Vikings, as they harassed the Community ball handlers into turnovers, dominated the glass rebounding and beat their opponents up and down the floor all night long.
It would take almost two minutes before either team would make a shot from the floor, with Community’s Tyler Broles knocking down a three-point field goal to get things going – and giving the Vikings their only lead of the night, 3-2.
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