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Mustangs edged in OT

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CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -McCracken County High School blew a five-point lead in the third quarter and a lack of free throw attempts doomed the Mustangs in a 52-50 overtime loss to Cape Girardeau (Mo.) Central in Tuesday night boys basketball.

Kam Chumbler led the McCracken offense with 14 points while Caleb Stonecipher scored 12. Both players sank four 3-pointers, but the Mustangs were just 3-for-6 from the foul line for the game. Jamaal Cox topped all scorers with 20 points for the Tigers.

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McCracken County 11 30 42 48 50

Cape Central 13 24 37 48 52

MCCRACKEN - Burnett 2, Chumbler 14, Armstrong 2, Telfair 4, Vega 3, Stonecipher 12, Nall 5, Rodgers 8, Weir 0.

Field goals 19. 3-pointers 9 (Chumbler 4, Stonecipher 4, Vega). Free throws 3/6. Fouls 18. Record 11-6.

CENTRAL - Thompson 0, Young 11, Chisom 0, Reddin 5, Cox 20, Hagerty 2, Jones 3, Statum 11

Field goals 20. 3-pointers 1 (Reddin). Free throws 11/21. Fouls 12.

Graves 88, Cairo (Ill.) 76 - At Mayfield, Jake Williams had a big, historic night for Graves County on Tuesday.

He scored 33 points, including the 1,000th of his career during the third quarter, to lead the Eagles over Cairo. It was a wild night on offense with Graves finally pulling away with a 30-22 run through the fourth.

Peyton Puckett also came up big for the Eagles with 18 points as Andrew Smith finished with 16. For the Pilots, Raquan Nelson led with 21 while David Taylor had 16.

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Cairo 20 37 54 76

Graves County 24 40 58 88

CAIRO - Dewitt 15, Woodson 13, Nelson 21, Taylor 16, Gardiner 10, Henderson 1, Graham, Duncan, Houston.

Field goals 27/66. 3-pointers 9/18 (Nelson 4, Dewitt 3, Woodson 2). Free throws 13/23. Record 8-5.

GRAVES - A. Smith 16, Williams 33, Hayden 10, Puckett 18, E. Vogt 6, Hannan 5, J. Smith, Grant, Avent, Jones, C. Vogt, Murphy, Wetherington, Wiggins.

Field goals 27/58. 3-pointers 3/10 (Williams 3). Free throws 31/43. Record 16-2.

Calloway 68, Trigg 58 - At Cadiz, Connor Wagner had the biggest game for Calloway County with 29 points in a victory over Trigg County on Tuesday. Skyler Hunter (17 points) and Michael Arnett (16) also came on strong for the Lakers.

Cole Gardner topped the Wildcats with 24 points, followed by Demaria Nance (16) and Detavion Day (14).

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Calloway County 16 29 49 68

Trigg County 17 24 40 58

CALLOWAY - Smotherman, Adams 4, Crady, Arnett 16, Smith, Hunter 17, Wagner 29, Carter 2.

Field goals 27/57. 3-pointers 7/15 (Wagner 4, Hunter 3). Free throws 7/10. Record 12-2.

TRIGG - Dm. Nance 16, De. Nance 3, McKenzie 1, Mabry, Day 14, Triplett, Wilson, Gardner 24.

Field goals 20/45. 3-pointers 2/9 (Gardner 2). Free throws 16/25. Record 9-4.

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