Breaking News

Two charged with kidnapping JC child April 18, 2014

Jays roll past Tigers

Ogugua Anunoby of Jefferson City and Brady Ritzert of Sedalia Smith-Cotton battle for a loose ball during Thursday night’s game at Fleming Fieldhouse.

Ogugua Anunoby of Jefferson City and Brady Ritzert of Sedalia Smith-Cotton battle for a loose ball during Thursday night’s game at Fleming Fieldhouse. Photo by Jeremy Jardine.

Jefferson City put on a pair of basketball clinics Thursday night at Fleming Fieldhouse.

The Jays taught defense in the first half, allowing just 13 points while forcing 12 Sedalia Smith-Cotton turnovers. Jefferson City then put on an offensive exhibition in the second half, shooting an astonishing 21-of-27 from the field in the game’s final 16 minutes.

The dominating performance equaled a 77-43 victory for the Jays.

“I was glad to see our guys come out and get a W,” Jefferson City coach Blair Thompson said. “All in all, I thought it ....

Read additional details in our newspaper or e-Edition. Newspaper subscribers: Click on an e-Edition article and log in using your current account information at no extra charge. For e-edition help, e-mail circ@newstribune.com. Click here to purchase the full version of archived articles.

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Please review our Policies and Procedures before registering or commenting

News Tribune - comments