Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Tuesday Night Notes has College Coaches, Rushing the Court, and Big District Wins

I actually decided to stay home last night, which was the first night I haven't watched a high school game in over a week. It sounds like like a missed a couple of good ones, including the game of the night in Nicholasville.

South Laurel fans rush the court after win over Corbin. Photo: @brad0115

  • David Kapinga led Pulaski Southwestern to a 77-76 win over West Jessamine. Kapinga finished with 19 points and 9 assists as the Warriors improved to 16-5. Daulton Peters finished with 28 points and the Colts dropped to 13-7. 
  • South Laurel upset Corbin last night as Austin Shaser hit a shot with 1.8 seconds left in double overtime for the 77-75 win. Blake Sanders led the Cardinals with 20 points. The Redhounds dropped to 15-6 and South Laurel improved to 8-11.
  • Holmes stayed perfect on the season with a 68-47 win over Ryle. The Bulldogs are 21-0 on the season. They try to keep their record unscathed Friday night at home vs. Beechwood.

  • Cordia upended Letcher County Central 75-62 behind 15 points and 9 assists from Emmanuel Owootoah. The Lions' big man Dondre Warren finished with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Morehead State's Sean Woods(pictured right) and a Florida State assistant coach were in attendance to watch Owootoah. 
Recruiting Notes
  • Lafayette sophomore Jackson Davis received a call from DePaul assistant coach Brian Ellerbe last night. According to Davis' father Jonathan, they spoke for about a hour and thinks there is a very good possibility of an offer coming soon.
  • Perry Central sophomore Braxton Beverly joined the 1,000 point club last night in a win over Pineville last night. Also, he reportedly received an offer from Northern Kentucky and is receiving interest from Eastern Kentucky. 
  • Along with the attention he received at his game last night, Emmanuel Owootoah also received a phone call from North Carolina State yesterday during school. Also, I am sure you have heard, that Roderick Rhodes confirmed interest from Kentucky assistant coach Orlando Antigua. 

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