|Wildcat boys hit century mark|
|Sunday, December 01, 2013 11:43 AM|
RIDGEWAY — Jefferson's boys basketball crew put a quartet in double digits and hit the century mark in destroying host Ridgemont 100-35 Saturday night in non-conference action.
Sophomore Trey Smith posted 29 markers, followed by 16 by senior Ross Thompson (8 boards), the first career double-double by freshman Jace Stockwell of 13 markers and 12 assists (5 steals) and 12 from senior Tyler Rice (8 caroms).
Other notable performances came from junior Nick Fitch with a career-high 15 boards.
Jefferson (2-0) canned 42-of-72 shots (4-of-13 treys) for 58.3 percent, with 30 team assists. They also pounded the hosts on the glass 52-20 (18-5 offensive), forced 24 miscues (13 of their own) and limited their foe to 15-of-51 shooting (29.4%).
Jefferson also won the junior varsity contest 57-34.
The Wildcats host Fort Recovery Friday with the JV tip at 6 p.m.
(Longer story and box in Monday's paper).
|Last Updated on Sunday, December 01, 2013 11:53 AM|