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Great Crossing boys outlast Franklin County, 57-52

Carson Walls knocked down a three pointer with 18 seconds left to play to give Great Crossing a 55-52 advantage
Carson Walls knocked down a three pointer with 18 seconds left to play to give Great Crossing a...
Carson Walls knocked down a three pointer with 18 seconds left to play to give Great Crossing a 55-52 advantage(WKYT)
Published: Jan. 15, 2021 at 9:48 PM EST
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Franklin County held a slim lead going into the fourth quarter of Friday night’s game at Great Crossing, but it was the Warhawks who made the big plays in the final minutes to secure the 57-52 win.

Carson Walls knocked down a three pointer with 18 seconds left to play to give Great Crossing a 55-52 advantage. Following a timeout, Franklin County would have one final chance to tie the game, but Great Crossing’s Daquis Brown came up with the steal and scored to seal the win.

Walls led Great Crossing with 21 points. Franklin County was led by Zac Cox with 14 points.

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