TCT players earn honors

By Tim Hendershot sportsfan122774@yahoo.com
Posted 4/5/21

HUME — Tri-County basketball players have been selected for Lincoln Prairie Conference honors.

In the girls all-conference selection, the Tri-County Titans were well represented with four …

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TCT players earn honors

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HUME — Tri-County basketball players have been selected for Lincoln Prairie Conference honors.

In the girls all-conference selection, the Tri-County Titans were well represented with four selections — the most of any team in the league — on this year squad of 16 honorees.

Senior Tayler Barry and junior Bella Dudley were unanimously selected to the first team while senior Melia Eskew was given second team honors. Sophomore Kaylin Williams was an honorable mention selection. 

Barry — a first team all-state selection a year ago — led the team in scoring averaging 22.1 points a contest while averaging 6.2 steals, 2.9 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game.  Dudley — a third team all-state selection last year — was the team’s second leading scorer at 14.4 points a game while averaging 3.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.4 steals a contest. 

Eskew finished as the team’s third leading scorer at 9.3 points a game and averaged 3.5 assists, 2.9 rebounds, and 3.0 steals a game.

Williams was the fourth leading scorer at 7.1 points a contest while leading the team in rebounds a game at 6.5 and added 3.6 steals a contest.

The Titans finished at 10-1 overall and 8-0 in the Lincoln Prairie Conference.

 

TCT boys honored

A pair of Tri-County Titans made the list of 17 players that were honored for their play suring the boys basketballts season.

Senior Cole McClain was selected for the second team Lincoln Prairie Conference. Senior CJ Eakle was given an honorable mention selection.

McClain was the Titans leading scorer averaging 14.0 points a contest while averaging 4.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists  and 1.7 steal a game. 

Eakle was the team’s second leading scorer at 10.3 points a game while averaging 3.7 rebounds a contest and led the team in three-point shooting percentage at 31%

The Titans finished 1-9 overall and 1-8 in the Lincoln Prairie Conference this season.