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HOOPS -- Devils win 80-59 Wednesday

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Noah Mulaski / D. Whitfield photo

Blue Devils stand 10-1 overall
GATLINBURG -- Four players scored in double figures Wednesday as Lebanon High downed Johnson Central High (Ky.) 80-59 in the fifth place game of the Smoky Mountain Classic at Gatlinburg-Pittman.

Sophomore Noah Mulaski blistered the nets with five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points. Cameron Oliver and Eddie Jackson each had 13 and Tay Jackson had 12. Kobe Neuble had six points while Jakeese Turner and Collin Byrne each had four as 10 Blue Devils made the scoring column.

LHS pulled away 26-12 in the first quarter and took a 46-23 lead into intermission.

With the win, Lebanon improved to 10-1 on the season and will be back in action Monday, Dec. 28 in Nashville.

The Blue Devils are set to play Harpeth High in a 4:30 p.m. game at Franklin Road Academy in the FRA Christmas Tournament.

(boys) Lebanon 74, Ooltewah 60
GATLINBURG -- Junior Cameron Oliver powered in 25 points to spark Lebanon's 74-60 victory over Ooltewah Tuesday in the consolation bracket of the Smoky Mountain Classic at Gatlinburg-Pittman High.

LHS pulled ahead 24-19 in the first quarter against the Owls, then expanded the lead to 42-35 at intermission.

All told, four Blue Devils reached double figures, including Kobe Neuble with 13 while Eddie Jackson and Noah Mulaski each had 12 points.

Jakeese Turner and Tay Jackson rounded out the scoring with five points each.

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