Indians Take Palmyra Tourney Consolation Title

The Clark County Indians enterer last week’s Tony Lenzini Tournament at Palmyra as the fourth seed, and came away with a consolation win on Saturday.

Clark County vs. Van Far

Brandon Kracht was on fire as the Clark County Indians faced the Indians of Van Far on Monday night. Kracht poured in 34 points for the Red and Grey Indians on the night.

Clark County outscored Van Far 20-17 in the opening quarter, and the game was knotted at 41 each at the half.

Van Far edged Clark County in the third, and went on to a narrow 70-68 win.

Kracht’s 34 points led Clark County.  Conner Mack added 10, and Layne Sommers scored eight.  Sam Wheeler had five points, Chase Norton had four, and Corbyn Harper had three points.  Nicholas Davis and David Lemmon had two points each.


Clark County vs. Canton

The Indians faced Canton on Thursday night, in a game moved to the Palmyra Middle School gym due to weather interrupting the tournament schedule.

Clark County opened an early lead, with Conner Mack hitting a trio of three-pointers in the opening quarter, as the Indians pulled away to a 21-8 lead.

Canton did better in the second quarter, but trailed 39-23 at the half.

The Indians opened their lead to more than 30 points in the third quarter, on their way to a 75-44 win.

Mack had 23 to lead the Clark County effort.  Brandon Kracht added 21 points.  Chase Norton and Layne Sommers had seven points each.  Corbyn Harper added four points, and Gabe Hunziker had three.  Tanner Elam, David Lemmon, Vince Billings Nicholas Davis and Sam Wheeler each had two points.

Conner Mack

Corbyn Harper

Brandon Kracht

David Lemmon

Brandon Kracht and Tony Lenzini

Sam Wheeler

Vince Billings

The Clark County Indians faced Highland in the consolation game on Saturday morning, in an agonizingly slow paced game featuring 69 free-throw attempts.

Clark County edged the Cougars 13-11 in the first, and expanded their lead to 33-23 at the half.

The Indians outscored Highland 12-11 in the third quarter, and both teams finished with a scoring flurry of 27 points in the final eight minutes.  When it was over, Clark County got the 72-61 win.

Brandon Kracht had thirty points, including 13 at the charity stripe.  Layne Sommers scored 14, and Vince Billings added 11 points.

Conner Mack scored seven points, and Chase Norton added six.  Sam Wheeler rounded out the Indian scoring with two points.