• Knox County Boys Win Fifteenth Game0

    Knox County Boys Win Fifteenth Game By David Sharp Second seeded Knox County (15-5) sprang to a 30-3 lead in Brashear Tournament first round play and powered to a 62-21 win over Marion County. Dennis Dent and Justin Reeves posted game high 16 point scoring totals. Knox County led 41-9 at intermission. Justin Tobias led

  • Lady Eagles Smother Putnam County JV0

     Lady Eagles Smother Putnam County JV By David Sharp Knox County unleashed an 81 point barrage in the first round of the 80th Annual Brashear Tournament and cruised to an 81-30 win over seventh seeded Putnam County’s JV. The second seeded Lady Eagles outscored Putnam County 32-6 in the first quarter and held a 50-14

  • Lady Mustangs Advance To Championship Game0

    Lady Mustangs Advance To Championship Game By David Sharp Brashear (6-12) could not get past a tough Marion County defense and dropped a 62-42 decision in the girls’ championship semi-finals of the 80th Annual Brashear Tournament. The Lady Tigers fought back from a 36 point deficit in the fourth quarter, outscoring Marion County 19-3 against

  • Lady Indians Fall To Keokuk0

     Lady Indians Fall To Keokuk Clark County’s Lady Indians became the latest area team to fall to the Keokuk Lady Chief, who are enjoying a ten-plus game winning streak. Clark County held the score close early on, but the Chiefs were too much of the Big Red ladies. Megan Brennan had four points in first

  • Indians Outlast Keokuk Chiefs

    Indians Outlast Keokuk Chiefs0

     Indians Outlast Keokuk Chiefs It’s always a thriller with the Keokuk Chief and Clark County Indian face off on the basketball court, and Tuesday’s home contest would prove to be no exception. Keokuk has won the previous two games by a total of six points, and, true to form, this year’s contest would come down

  • Lady Indians Tame Milan Lady Wildcats

    Lady Indians Tame Milan Lady Wildcats0

     Lady Indians Tame Milan Lady Wildcats Clark County’s Lady Indians didn’t waste any time showing Milan who was the boss. At Friday night’s contest, the Lady Indians raced out to a 9-0 lead early, and scored 27 first quarter points to put the Milan Lady Wildcats into a hole they couldn’t climb out of. Six