Bears knock off St. Henry in Raymond Reed Classic


13th Region Media Network

Harlan County senior guard Daniel Carmical hit four 3-pointers and scored 15 points in the Black Bears’ win over St. Henry at South Laurel High School.

Harlan County placed four in double figures and hit 12 3-pointers on the way to a 75-65 win over St. Henry on Saturday afternoon in the Raymond Reed Classic at South Laurel High School.
“We played a well-coached, big and physical basketball team. Their record is a little deceiving with the competition they have played,” Harlan County coach Kyle Jones said. “We had really good balance scoring today and rebounded better overall as a team. We executed well down the stretch when they made a couple of runs at us. Overall, it was a good team win.”
Junior guard Trent Noah scored 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out eight assists to lead the 12-3 Bears. Maddox Huff scored 18, followed by Daniel Carmical with 15, Jonah Swanner with 13 and Jaycee Carter with nine points and 10 rebounds.
Senior forward Matt Resing led the 5-8 Crusaders with 23 points. Jack Grayson added 12. Ethan Kaiser scored 10.
Harlan County (75) — Maddox Huff 18. Trent Noah 20, Daniel Carmical 15, Jonah Swanner 13, Jaycee Carter 9.
St. Henry (65) — Carson Shea 7. Ethan Kaiser 10, Jack Grayson 12, Matt Resing 23, Brandon Fedders 8. Drew Flanagan 2, Cameron Lemmond 3

St. Henry 16 17 23 9 — 65
Harlan County 19 27 16 13 — 75
3-point goals: St. Henry 7 (Resing 4, Kaiser 2, Lemmond 1), Harlan County 12 (Noah 4, Huff 4, Carmical 4).

Harlan County’s Trent Noah put up a shot against St. Henry on Saturday. Noah had 20 points and 10 rebounds in the Bears’ 75-65 victory. (13th Region Media Network)