Campbellsville High School boys’ basketball team battled Clinton County on Monday, Jan. 23, to the final buzzer.
In the junior varsity matchup, Clinton County won by a score of 27-46.
CHS led for most of the varsity match up, but couldn’t hang on to the lead in the final quarter.
Final score was 54-53.
Tim Davis is in his 22nd year as CHS boys’ basketball head coach.
Assistant coaches are Cody Wills, Will Griffin, Chris “Scoop” Smith and Chris “Peewee” Smith.
CHS freshmen and junior varsity teams will travel to Thomas Nelson on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
On Friday, Jan. 27, the CHS boys’ varsity team will travel to Thomas Nelson for a doubleheader with the CHS girls’ team. Games begin with the girls’ match up at 6 p.m.
CHS boys’ basketball head coach Tim Davis calls a play.
CHS junior Ethan Lay protects the ball.
CHS junior Logan Cole rebounds the ball.
CHS freshman Sydney Wilson cheers for the Eagles.
CHS freshman Zoe McAninch cheers.
CHS junior Chanson Atkinson battles for the ball.
CHS junior Chanson Atkinson jumps to block a shot.
CHS junior Connor Wilson yells to his teammates as they rebound the ball.
CHS junior Tyrion Taylor sets up a play.
CHS junior Tyrion Taylor shoots the ball.
CHS junior Logan Cole looks for the rebound.
CHS junior Connor Wilson tries to pass as he is pressured by a Clinton County defender.
CHS juniors Tyrion Taylor, at left, and Ethan Lay watch as their teammate shoots a foul shot.
CHS junior Connor Wilson yells with excitement after scoring a basket.
CHS freshman Malachi Corley sets up a play.
CHS freshman Malachi Corley looks for a teammate.
CHS junior Tyrion Taylor passes.
CHS junior Tyrion Taylor lands on the floor after battling with a Clinton County defender for the ball.