The Webster County Trojans continued a near perfect start to the season this week, knocking off the Bartram Trail Bears in the Marlin Classic in Panama City Beach, Florida, before returning home to defeat Hopkins County Central on the road.

The Trojans started their final game in Florida by outscoring the Bears 20-5 at the end of the first quarter. Then in the second quarter the Trojans would again outscore the Bears and this time 22-14 to give the Trojans a 23 point lead at halftime with the score being 42-19.

To begin the second half the Trojans would once again dominate in which they would outscore the Bears 21-8 to take a 47-27 at the end of the third quarter. Then in the fourth and final quarter the Trojans would once again outscore the Bears 19-18 and cruise to a 21 point victory by a score of 66-45 to improve to 11-1 on the season.

The leading scorer for the Trojans was senior point guard Tyler Camplin with 20 points while shooting exceptionally well, 12 for 14 from the free throw line. Senior forward Aden Winn tallied 9 points while knocking down two 3-pointers and shooting 1 for 2 from the free throw line. Junior forward Destin Allen scored 9 points while knocking down a 3-pointer and shot

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2 for 2 from the free throw line. Junior forward Hunter McNaughton contributed 9 points while knocking down a three pointer of his own and shot 2 for 2 from the free throw line. Senior forward Hayden Nunn and junior guard Grant Warren both scored 5 points each while both knocked down a three pointer of their own. Senior forward Zaine Geary added 4 points while sophomore Noah Duncan added 2 points. To round out the scoring for the Trojans, sophomore guard Aaron Harmon and freshman guards Markus Austin and Bradin Nelson all added 1 point each.

As a team, the Trojans knocked down 6 three pointers while shooting 20 for 29 or 69% from the free throw line. The leading scorer for the Bartram Trail Bears was junior center Alijah Kuehl with 16 points while shooting 4 for 4 from the free throw line.

Webster County 20 42 47 66

Bartram Trail 5 19 27 45

The Trojans then continued their regular season play Friday night on the road against the Hopkins County Central Storm.

Webster started the game by outscoring the Storm 20-7 at the end of the first quarter. Then in the second quarter the Trojans would continue to dominate by again outscoring the Storm 22-7 to take a commanding 42-14 lead headed into halftime over the Storm.

To begin the second half the Trojans would once again outscore the Storm 20-15 to take a 62-24 lead at the end of the third quarter. Then in the fourth quarter the Storm would outscore the Trojans 18-15 and try to get back in the game but the lead was too much as the Trojans came away with the 30 point win by a score of 77-47 to improve the Trojans record to 12-1 on the season.

The leading scorer for the Trojans was senior point guard Tyler Camplin with 16 points while shooting 8 for 8 from the free throw line. Junior forward Hunter McNaughton tallied 15 points while knocking down 3 three pointers and shooting 4 for 4 from the free throw line. Senior forward Aden Winn scored 11 points while knocking down a three pointer of his own and shot 2 for 2 from the free throw line. Junior forward Destin Allen contributed 10 points while senior forward Zaine Geary contributed 8 points while shooting 4 for 6 from the free throw line. Junior guard Grant Warren added 6 points while senior forward Hayden Nunn added 4 points. Sophomore guard Trevor Baker tallied 3 points by knocking down a three pointer late in the fourth quarter while sophomore guard Aaron Harmon added 2 points. To round out the scoring for the Trojans, freshman guard Bradin Nelson tallied 2 points.

As a team, the Trojans knocked down only 5 three pointers but shot an unbelievable 18 for 22 or 82% from the free throw line. The two leading scorers for the Hopkins County Central Storm was senior forward John Miller with 10 points and senior forward Blasin Moore with 10 points.

Webster County 20 42 62 77

Hopkins Central 7 14 24 47

The Trojans continued playing last night at home against the Crittenden County Rockets but that game was after press time. The Trojans next game is on the road against the Calloway County Lakers at 6:00 P.M. on Friday night in the Kentucky 2A Championship Sectional Tournament.