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Varsity Boys Basketball Final – GRC 69 Madison Southern 55

The Varsity Boys Basketball Team defeated Madison Southern on Friday night by a score of 69-55. Earlier in the day at Madison Southern, Damien Harris committed to play football at the University of Alabama. With that in mind, the Cardinals had every intention to spoil the Eagles’ party. It was a tough road win. The

JV Boys Basketball Final – GRC 51 Madison Southern 41

The JV Boys Basketball Team battled back from a 14-6 deficit at the end of the 1st quarter. Madison Southern drained multiple shots from behind the arc while the Cardinals struggled from the field. The 2nd quarter saw the Cardinals stressing an up-tempo defensive presence. The game was tied at 19 at the half. The

Varsity Boys Basketball Final – GRC 71 Paris 48

The Varsity Boys Basketball team defeated district foe, Paris, by a score of 71 to 48. This raises the Varsity Boys’ record to 10-3 on the season and places the Cardinals in the driver’s seat for the #1 seed in District 40. Paris has already defeated Bourbon County twice and Montgomery County once. In addition,

JV Boys Basketball Final – GRC 59 Paris 43

The JV Boys Basketball team raised its record to 6-1 in the 2014-2015 season with a 59-43 victory over district foe, Paris. 3 players were in double figures for the Cardinals. Scoring for GRC was as follows: Ronte Owens had 19 points. Ohmante Jenkins had 16 points. Luke Cantrell had 14 points. Wes Parks had

Freshmen Boys Basketball Final – Paris 44 GRC 29

The Freshmen Boys Basketball team took another one on the chin. This time to district foe, Paris, by a score of 44-29. The Freshmen were up 18-9 midway through the 2nd quarter; however, Paris made a 35 to 11 run against GRC to close out the game. GRC’s Freshmen Boys Basketball team falls to 10-6

Freshmen Boys Basketball – Final – Tates Creek 27 GRC 23

The Freshmen Boys Basketball Team left Tates Creek on Monday night with a tough loss. The final score was 27-23. Leading the scoring for our Freshmen Boys Basketball team was Ty Darius Clark with 7 points. Other scorers were as follows: PJ Williams – 6 points Tristan Hamlin – 5 points Will Philpot – 3