By Jerry Richmond, Sports Staff Writer

Trousdale County had a busy week on the basketball court with three games last week.

At Westmoreland on Nov. 27, the Lady Jackets had a 25-21 lead at halftime, but wound up losing 51-43. It was the Lady Jackets’ 33rd consecutive loss to the Lady Eagles.

Junior Tori Simmons led the visitors with 13 points, junior Chloe Donoho had 12 and senior Shelby Jane Petty had 11. Freshman Kailen Donoho had five points and sophomore Claire Belcher two.

In the boys’ game, the Jackets took a one-point lead in the fourth quarter but fell 51-50.

Senior Hayden Clark scored 20 points before fouling out with 1:57 to play. Junior Kobe Ford added 15 points while freshman Andrew Ford had six, sophomore Landon Carver four, junior Brandon Ramsey three and sophomore Trent Pharris two.

On Friday at home against Station Camp, both Trousdale teams struggled offensively and lost badly.

Petty was the only Lady Jacket in double figures with 13 points in a 63-33 loss. Chloe Donoho added seven points, Kailen had six and sophomore Kinley Brown had three. Simmons and sophomore Morgan White had two points each.

The boys fared little better, falling 63-25 to Station Camp.

Carver had 11 points, but no other Jacket scored more than one basket. Kobe Ford had three points, as did Pharris and sophomore Dylan Chupp. Junior Luke Haynes and Ramsey each had two, while senior Houston Stafford had one point.

On Saturday at Eagleville, the Lady Jackets outscored the hosts 28-17 in the fourth quarter to claim a 69-60 victory – the second this season over Eagleville.

Four of coach Jared Hawkins’ girls reached double figures as Chloe Donoho and Petty each scored 20 points, while Simmons and Kailen Donoho had 15 and 11 points. Karissa Goss scored three points off the bench for the Lady Jackets.

The Jackets quickly fell behind in their game and went on to lose 69-52 to the undefeated Eagles.

Kobe Ford poured in 21 points and senior Keyvont Baines came off the bench to add 14. Clark scored eight points and Chupp had three, while Carver, senior Brandon Bush and freshman Thomas Brown each had two.

Trousdale County will host Clarkrange on Friday at 6 p.m. and Clay County on Tuesday at 6 p.m.