Another day, another high-profile win for the East Jessamine boys. Tuesday night the Jaguars (17-5) defeated Woodford County (15-6) 64-60.
“We’re happy to come away with the win,” East coach Chris O’Bryan said. “It’s a good, good Woodford County team ... they’re as good as anyone we’ve faced.”
East used a huge third quarter to get the win over the Yellow Jackets, outscoring Woodford 15-5 in the period. Jordan Redd scored five points and Cameron Thomas scored six to fuel the Jags on the offensive end.
On the defensive side of the ball, East was stepping in front of passes and pressuring the ball to get turnovers.