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Adair County Indians win Lindsey Wilson/FAFNB Holiday Classic

Champions: Indian players Jordan Alfaro, Ty Bennett, Elliott Burton, Kyle Burton, Matt Fudge, Jeremy Franklin, Trey Garmon, Cody Giles, Jon Hansel, Trey Grider, Tanner Pooler, Justin Reeder, Austin Roy, Marshall Shelley, Clay Turner, Jaydon Willis, Kyle Young. Coach Mark Fudge.

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Coach Mark Fudge's Adair County Indians waltzed to the championship of the Holiday Classic last night, defeating Washington County High School, from Springfield, KY, 51-30 to earn the title.

The win extends the Indian win streak to eight and their overall record to 8-1.

The tournament was sponsored by Lindsey Wilson College and First and Farmers Bank (FAFNB) of Columbia, KY. The games were played at Adair County High School, 526 Indian DR, Columbia, KY.

Next: The Indians will compete in Campbellsville on December 28, 29, and 30.

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