Pulaski County continues to roll, blows out Casey County

Pulaski County senior point guard Colton Fraley hit a shot from half court just before the first half ended on Tuesday night, helping lead the Maroons to an 82-51 beatdown win over district foe Casey County.
Photo by David Rogers


The Pulaski County Maroons were a prohibitive favorite over district rival Casey County coming into their matchup on Tuesday night at The PC Gym.

On paper, this one was a mismatch with the 2-16 Rebels facing a 15-3 Pulaski County team that was undefeated against 12th Regional opponents.

On the court meanwhile, this one was a complete mismatch — and then some.

The Maroons put four players in double figures, had 11 players hit the scoring column, and for good measure, senior guard Colton Fraley hit a shot from midcourt just before the horn sounded ending the first half.

By that point, Pulaski County led the Rebels 43-21, and never looked back, as the Maroons went on to post an 82-51 victory.

Pulaski County was led by KJ Combs with 17 points in the win, while Grant Oakes added 16 points.

Logan Bates played a great game for PC, as the senior came off the Maroons bench to add 14 points, while Zach Travis added 10 points, along with a fantastic ally-oop dunk off an assist from Fraley.

Pulaski County — 16-3 on the season – will return to action on Saturday night at home to take on Russell County.

That tip off is slated to get underway at 5 p.m.

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