The stars were out once again Tuesday night at the 30th annual Canfiled Development King of the Bluegrass. Several players had outstanding games, including Eastern's Remy Abell.
Chane Behanan had another big night for Bowling Green, scoring 26 points and pulling down 10 rebounds, as the Purples defeated Trinity 61-59. The star of the game, however, was Bowling Green's Jalen Hunter. Hunter only scored eight points but with the scored tied at 59, Hunter knocked down a jump as time expired to put Bowling Green up for good.
Zeke Chapman scored 17 points and Luke Roh added 12 points and 11 rebounds, as Chaparral (AZ) defeated Bob Jones (Ala.) 57-62. University of Alabama signee Levi Randolph led Bob Jones with 24 on 10-20 shooting.
Remy Abell scored 24 points, as Eastern defeated Boone County 71-64. Kameron Woods added 13 points, 14 rebounds and three blocked shoys for the Eagles. The player of the game was Boone County big man Trevan Brown. Brown, who has committed to play college football at Miami of Ohio, was unstoppable down low, scoring 31 points and pulling down 11 rebounds. He connected on 14-20 shots.
George Fant scored 31 points, as Warren Central defeated Peral (Miss.) 76-68. Jordan Shanklin added 14 for Warren Central. Twymond Howard led Peral with 22 points.
Desmond Dorsey scored 26 points and pulled down seven rebounds, as Jeffersontown hammered Sheldon (Cali.) 58-93. Tony Kimbro Jr. added 18 for the Chargers, while University of Louisville signee Zach Price scored 19. Darius Nelson, who will play college ball at UTEP, led Sheldon with 19.
Byrce Moore scored 19 points and Solomon Logan added 17, as Male defeated Pleasure Ridge Park 76-74. Chad McDowell and Cortez Macklin led the Panthers, scoring 17 points apiece.
Photo: Michael Johnston
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