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FRIDAY BOYS CHEROKEE COUNTY TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP: Cherokee County holds off Sand Rock, 68-64

Cherokee County High School’s Jack Amos pulls up for a jumper against Sand Rock in the Cherokee County Tournament on Friday. Photo by Shannon Fagan.

CENTRE – Jack Amos netted 18 points, including 6-of-6 free throws in the fourth quarter and finished 7-of-8 at the line for the game before fouling out with three minutes left, in leading the Cherokee County Warriors past Sand Rock 68-64 in the Cherokee County Tournament on Friday.

Jayden Wilson added 15 points for the Warriors. Jackson Neyman tossed in eight points. Braden Chandler contributed seven points. Landon Caldwell came away with six points. Malachi Horton and Cade Hopper both finished with five points.

Jacob StClair led Sand Rock with 19 points. Kaden Justice rang for 15 points. Jacob Cornejo collected 14 points, and Ben Dale finished with eight points, including a perfect 6-for-6 at the free-throw line.

The Warriors built a 17-7 advantage at the end of the first quarter and held a 32-25 edge at halftime. They stretched their lead to 51-42 at the end of three quarters and held off a late Sand Rock surge for the final.

Cherokee County takes on Spring Garden for the county title on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Spring Garden 55, Cedar Bluff 21

CENTRE – Spring Garden advanced to Saturday’s Cherokee County Tournament championship game with a 55-21 victory over Cedar Bluff on Friday.

John Welsh led the Panthers with 18 points. Jacob Welsh tossed in 12 points. Cam Welsh sank three treys and had 11 points. Andrew Bates finished with nine points on three 3-pointers.

Bucky Leek topped the Tigers with eight points. Connor Flynt finished with five points.

Spring Garden trailed 9-4 in the first quarter, but began to find its rhythm in the second, taking a 21-13 edge at halftime. The Panthers limited Cedar Bluff to just one third-quarter point, in which they held a 38-14 advantage.

Spring Garden’s Cam Welsh fires off a 3-pointer against Cedar Bluff in the Cherokee County Tournament on Friday. Photo by Shannon Fagan.
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