Cumberland Gap sweeps Hancock in varsity play
Cumberland Gap High School welcomed Hancock County onto campus Nov. 26 for basketball action.
During the varsity girls game, it was Emma Brooks scoring 14 and Kayli Hinckley dropping in 10 to lead the Lady Panthers to a 63-30 victory over the Lady Indians.
They led 21-8 at the half and never looked back. Also scoring for the Lady Panthers were Kyle Fultz with nine and Presley Cole with seven. Abigail Garner and Nevaeh Kerns both finished with six, while Halie Green and Jaden Brock five points each.
Kerry Dixon scored three, Abbie Fultz scored two and Jaylee Muse scored one point. Leading the Lady Indians was Reagan Collins with nine points.
The Panthers took the floor to play the Indians next and it was 46-29 victory for the home team.
Nate Fuson led the charge with 15 points and Jake Templin had eight. Holdin McDaniel had seven and Jaden Schertz had six. Caden Brunsma dropped in four and four others scored two points each including Dylan Ellison, Clint Crockett, Brennan Murphy and Elijah Lawson. The Panthers led at the half 32-16. Leading the Indians was Hunter Hatfield with 12.