HALL OF FAME
Tiger girls top Bruins
February 13, 2012Bardstown High School
Bardstown’s girls held off a fourth-quarter Central Hardin rally and managed a 39-36 win over the visiting Bruins Friday.
“We were up by nine points in the fourth quarter and missed back-to-back front ends of bonus free throws,” Tiger coach Paul Stone said. “They were able to cut the margin down to seven, then to five, and then to four.”
A Central Hardin three-pointer with just over two seconds left in the game was as close as the losers could get.
Abbie Parrish scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Bardstown in both categories.
“Abbie played real well for us,” Stone noted. “She hit three-of-seven of her three-point attempts.”
A key to the Bardstown win, Stone said, was holding Abbe Goedde to seven points.
“She’s been their leading scorer all year and we were able to hold her down.”
Bardstown (11-14) honors its seniors Tuesday when Adair County (21-4) visits for a boys-girls doubleheader at 8 p.m.
Courtesy of Dennis George, and the Kentucky Standard