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Greeneville Boys Win Hardee's Classic Title

Originally published: 2012-11-26 10:54:41
Last modified: 2012-11-26 10:55:51

JONESBOROUGH - Landon Duncan scored 20 points and Trevor Wright added 18 as the Greeneville boys' basketball team rallied for a 74-63 win over University High in the finals of the Hardee's Classic at David Crockett High School Saturday night.

Greeneville trailed 40-35 at intermission, but opened the second half with a 10-2 run and never looked back.

The Devils put together a 12-0 stretch to open the fourth to put the game away.

Joseph Phillips scored 18 points for University, while Marcus Taylor added 14.

Greeneville placed four players in double figures, with Cory Waddell adding 16 to the victory and Jacob Cobble 12.

Duncan was named tournament MVP at the end of the night. Wright, Waddell and Cobble also made the All-Tournament team for Greeneville.

It marked the Devils' first Classic title since 1992. The event has been held annually for 23 years.

Devils top Unaka in Semis

Landon Duncan scored eight of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter to help power Greeneville to a 73-67 win over Unaka in the semifinals of the Hardee's Classic Thursday night.

Trevor Wright added 14 points. Zach Cobble and Jacob Cobble contributed 10 points apiece.

Greeneville led 35-24 at the half, but watched as Unaka chipped away at the deficit.

Eli Rasnick had 13 points for the Rangers, followed by Spencer Nave with 12 and Billy Bales with 10.

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