Cougars Get Upset Win At St Elmo Holiday Tournament
Those words rang in the head of senior 1000 point scorer Fischer Tharp. The 4 year starter poured in 32 points and fellow senior Rudy Hablewitz scored 8 of his 10 points in the fourth quarter as SC earned the 52-48 upset win.
Tharp scored all but 2 of his points on 15 field goals and also went 2-3 from the free throw line. The Cougars were 8-11 combined as a team from the stripe.
The victory moves SC into tomorrow night's semifinal against 2nd seed Atlamont after the Indians routed Ramsey 61-31.
The Tournament will continue tonight with a 6:15 elimination game featuring Mulberry Grove and Brownstown followed at 7:45 by the first championship semifinal between the host St Elmo Eagles and Beecher City.
(WAYNE CITY) - Edwards County and Cisne each stand at 3-0 in their respective pools heading into the final two days of pool play from the 59th annual Conrad Allen Holiday Tournament in Wayne City.
Cisne leads Pool A followed by Thompsonville at 2-1, Grayville and Zeigler Royalton are each 1-2 and Webber Township sits at 0-2.
In Pool B, Edwards County is 3-0, Patoka is 2-1, Clay City and Wayne City each are 1-2 with Crab Orchard sitting at 0-2.
Thursday night games will see Clay City and Crab Orchard at 5:30 followed at 7pm by Zeigler Royalton and Webber. The nightcap will see Patoka taking on Wayne City.
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