Grant Strong put together another great game, as his 28 points led the Clay County Bulldogs to an 85-58 win over Trousdale County.
The game got off to a great start for Clay, as they out-scored Trousdale 25-11 in the first quarter, and 17-6 in the second.
While Trousdale got their offense going in the third with 20 points, it was too late and Clay County earned an 85-58 win.
Strong’s 28 led the Bulldogs, while Jake Ashlock put up 15 points and five rebounds. Keaton Arms was the only other player in double-figures, as he put up 11 points and eight rebounds.
Clay County’s next game will be on Dec. 17 against Monterey.