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Clovers finish seventh

Monday, January 5, 2009

The Cloverdale boys' basketball team competed in the Graber Post Buildings Classic at North Daviess High School recently.

The Clovers lost in the first round to host North Daviess 58-39 and then lost to Eastern on Friday 50-38.

Saturday proved to be fruitful for Cloverdale as they defeated Washington Catholic 76-61 to secure seventh place in the tourney.

Junior guard Brandon Moon was selected as a member of the All-Tournament team as well.

In the championship game, 5'11 senior guard Jeramy Lucas, led South Knox with a season-high 27 points to lead all scorers and earn the tournament's MVP Award. Barr-Reeve hit two buzzer beater 3-point shots to force each overtime period, the first by junior guard Trey Hughes, who led the Viking with 24 points, and the next one by senior guard Ethan Knepp.

North Daviess upset Class 2A honorable mention Brownstown Central to win the third Place game 42-38. Eastern-Greene won the fifth place game, 48-34 over Southwestern-Hanover

The Clovers will be back in action Jan. 16 when they host Cascade at 7:30 p.m.

At North Daviess

First Round

Brownstown 68-31 Washington Catholic

South Knox 50-36 Eastern Greene

Barr-Reeve 53-26 Southwestern

North Daviess 58-39 Cloverdale

Second Round

Eastern 50-38 Cloverdale

Southwestern 65-50 Washington Catholic

South Knox 63-41 North Daviess

Barr-Reeve 65-52 Brownstown

Final Round

Championship -- South Knox 61-58 Barr-Reeve 2 ot

3rd Place -- North Daviess 42-38 Brownstown

5th Place -- Eastern 48-34 Southwestern

7th Place -- Cloverdale 76-61 Washington Catholic

All-Tournament team

*Jeramy Lucas, South Knox, MVP

Mitchell Patton, South Knox

Shane Cavins, South Knox

Trey Hughes, Barr-Reeve

Kendall Murphy, Barr-Reeve

Thomas Nugent, North Daviess

Taylor Wischmeyer, Brownstown Central

Cody Sparks, Eastern-Greene

Brandon Moon, Cloverdale

Austin Jarrett, Washington Catholic

* Tournament MVP



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