SHELBYVILLE — Offense was a struggle for Shelbyville Central in Friday night’s home loss to visiting Coffee County. The Eagles were held to single digits scoring in each quarter and …
SHELBYVILLE — Offense was a struggle for Shelbyville Central in Friday night’s home loss to visiting Coffee County.
The Eagles were held to single digits scoring in each quarter and Coffee County jumped out to the early lead and never let off the throttle in the 61-31 win over the Eagles.
A 12-point lead for the Red Raiders after the first quarter only grew as the game progressed.
Coffee County led 19-7 after the first period and stretched its lead to 15 points by halftime.
In the second half, Coffee County out-scored its host 32-17.
Coffee County put three players in double figures, with Jackson Shemwell leading all scorers with 12 points.
Rocky Chandler and Terrence Johnson paced the Eagles with eight points apiece.
The Eagles are back at Rick Insell Gymnasium on Tuesday night, hosting Warren County at 7:30 p.m.
Coffee Co. 19 10 16 16 — 61
Shelbyville 7 7 8 9 — 31
Coffee Co.: Jackson Shemwell 12, Cooper Reed 11, Deion Subaran 10, Treyton Williams 7, Jayden Carter 6, Dayne Crosslin 4, Jaiden Warren 3, Cayden Trail 2.
Shelbyville: Rocky Chandler 8, Terrence Johnson 8, Joe Harris 7, Zyon Bonner 2, Marquis Wilson 2, Tae’Shawn Shelton 2, Kyler Trice 2.
3-Point goals: Shelbyville (4): Johnson 2, Harris; Coffee Co. (3): Williams, Warren, Reed.
Halftime score: Coffee Co. 29, Shelbyville 14.
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