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March 1, 2013

Henson heroic as Jags advance

North Laurel overcomes double-digit deficit to down Knox Central, 49-47

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

A missed North Laurel free throw with 3.5 seconds gave the Panthers hope. The game ended with North Laurel making a steal on the inbounds play.

The Jaguars advance to the region semifinals where they face host Harlan County tonight.

“We’ve played (Harlan County) twice. Obviously we did better the second time. These kids have experience under their belt. They know how good Harlan County is and we’re playing them on their home floor, but like I told them if anybody can take them out I think we can,” Sizemore said.

 

Boys’ 13th Region Tournament

at Harlan County

North Laurel 49, Knox Central 47

North Laurel    5  12 12 20—49

Knox Central    9  18 10 10—47

NORTH LAUREL (49)—Henson 20, Carson 9, Thompson 7, Rush 2, Allen 3, Broughton 5, Jervis 3.

KNOX CENTRAL (47)—Adams 11, Barger 7, Marsee 10, Cole 2, Merida 17.

 

 

mhoward@sentinel-echo.com

 

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