After a narrow loss to Calloway County in the Kentucky 2A Championship Sectional Tournaments, the Trojans rebounded last week, going on a three game winning streak to advance to 16-2 on the season.

Last Tuesday night Webster went on the road to face the Apollo Eagles in Owensboro.

The Trojans started the game by outscoring the Eagles 16-14 in the first quarter. Then in the second quarter the Trojans again outscored the Eagles 19-14 as the Trojans went into halftime ahead 35-28.

The Trojans would once again outscore the Eagles 18-15 in the third period,to take a 10 point advantage heading into the fourth quarter with the score being 53-43. The Trojans would continue to dominate the Eagles in the final period, outscoring the Eagles 17-7 to come away with a 20 point victory over the Eagles with the score being 70-50 to improve the Trojans record to 14-2 on the season.

The leading scorer for the Trojans was junior forward Hunter McNaughton with 17 points shooting 6 for 9 from the field while knocking down a 3-pointer and shot 2 for 2 from the free throw line and grabbed 7 rebounds. Junior Destin Allen tallied 15 points while shooting 5 for 6 from the field while knocking down a 3-pointer of his own and shot 2 for 4 from the free throw line and grabbed 7 rebounds and recorded 4 assists and 2 steals. Senior point guard Tyler Camplin contributed 11 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and shot 4 for 8 from the free throw line while recording 9 assists and 2 steals. Senior forward Aden Winn score 11 points while shooting 4 for 5 from the field and shot 3 for 4 from the free throw line while grabbing 3 rebounds and recording 2 assists. Junior guard Grant Warren added 8 points while shooting 4 for 4 from the field while recording 2 assists, a steal and a rebound. Senior forward Zaine Geary tallied 5 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and recording an assist and a steal. To round out the scoring for the Trojans, sophomore guard Aaron Harmon scored 3 points by knocking down a 3-pointer.

As a team, the Trojans shot 5 for 11 from the three point line and shot 11 for 18 from the free throw line on the night. The Trojans grabbed 21 rebounds as a team and recorded 19 assists, 7 steals and 1 block on the night. The leading scorer for the Apollo Eagles was junior guard Harrison Bowman with 18 points who knocked down 2 3-pointers on the night.

Webster County16 25 54 70

Apollo High School14 28 43 50

The Trojans then continued regular season play at home against the Hopkinsville Tigers on Friday.

The Trojans started the game by getting outscored by the Tigers 16-15 in the first quarter, but would battle back to outscore the Tigers 23-21 to give the Trojans a 1 point lead going into halftime with the score 38-37.

To begin the second half the Trojans were outscored again by the Trojans 18-14 as the Tigers were ahead 55-52 heading into the fourth quarter. In the fourth quarter the Trojans would outscore the Tigers 16-9 and the Trojans would eventually take the lead at the end of the game to come away with a 4 point victory over the Tigers with the score 68-64 to improve the Trojans record to 15-2 on the season.

The leading scorer for the Trojans was senior point guard Tyler Camplin with 20 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and shot 3 for 4 from the free throw line while recording 4 assists, 2 rebounds and 2 steals. Junior forward Destin Allen tallied 17 points while knocking down 3 3-pointers on the night and recorded 5 assists, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks on the night. Senior forward Aden Winn contributed 15 points while knocking down 2 3-pointers and shot 3 for 3 from the free throw line and recorded 2 rebounds and a block. Junior forward Hunter McNaughton scored 10 points while shooting 2 for 2 from the free throw line while recording 6 rebounds and a block. To round out the scoring for the Trojans, junior guard Grant Warren, sophomore Aaron Harmon and freshman guard Bradin Nelson all added 2 points each.

As a team, the Trojans knocked down 6 3-pointers while shooting 8 for 11 from the free throw line. The Trojans recorded 14 rebounds, 11 assists, 5 steals and 4 blocks on the night. The leading scorer for the Hopkinsville Tigers was senior guard Don Victor with 25 points while knocking down 5 3-pointers and shot 2 for 3 from the free throw line.

Webster County15 38 55 68

Hopkinsville16 37 52 64

The Webster County Trojans would cap off their three game streak on Saturday night on the road taking on the Evansville Christian Eagles in Evansville.

The Trojans started the game by outscoring the Eagles 25-12 at the end of the first quarter. Then in the second quarter the Trojans would again outscore the Eagles 24-14 to give the Trojans a 49-26 lead heading into halftime.

To begin the second half the Trojans dominated the Eagles by outscoring them 24-7 to give the Trojans a 73-33 lead heading into the fourth quarter. In the fourth and final quarter, the Trojans would get outscored 19-12 but the Trojans would still win by 33 points with the score being 85-52 as the Trojans improve to 16-2 on the season.

The leading scorer for the Trojans was junior forward Hunter McNaughton with 16 points while shooting 2 for 2 from the free throw line. Senior point guard Tyler Camplin tallied 12 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and shot 1 for 1 from the free throw line. Senior forward Zaine Geary scored 11 points while knocking down a 3-pointer. Senior forward Zane Coy contributed 11 points while knocking down a 3-pointer of his own and shot 2 for 2 from the free throw line. Junior forward Destin Allen added 8 points while freshman Markus Austin added 7 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and shooting 2 for 2 from the free throw line. Sophomore guard Aaron Harmon tallied 7 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and shooting 2 for 3 from the free throw line. Senior forward Aden Winn scored 6 points while junior guard Grant Warren added 4 points. To round out the scoring for the Trojans, freshman guard Bradin Nelson added 3 points while shooting 1 for 2 from the free throw line.

As a team, the Trojans knocked down 5 3-pointers and shot 10 for 13 from the free throw line. The leading scorer for the Evansville Christian Eagles was senior guard Eben Head with 18 points while knocking down 6 3-pointers.

Webster County25 49 73 85

Evansville Christian12 26 33 52

At 16-2, the Trojans have the best record in the second region putting them one game ahead of the Madisonville North Hopkins Maroons, who are currently 15-3. The Trojans played the McLean County Cougars Tuesday night b after press time.

The Trojans will start district play on Friday night on the road against 6th District rival Union County Braves in a double-header that will also feature the Lady Trojans. Union County is 6-9 on the season, including a loss to fellow 6th District contender Henderson County, who will travel to Dixon on Jan. 31 for their first meeting with the Trojans this season. Henderson is currently 10-9.