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Pulaski flies by Clay County for fifth-straight win

Jan. 25—Pulaski has been on a roll ever since their loss at the beginning of the year to Lincoln County, winning their last four contests and looking better every game out since the return of sophomore Carson Fraley. Their first game in 10 days though took them on the road Tuesday to take on the Clay County Tigers. Despite the layoff, the Maroons still looked strong and had four different players score in double figures en route to a 78-58 victory over Clay County.

The Maroons were led in scoring by a game-high 21 points from Gavin Cook, as well as 15 from Zak Anderson, 13 from Will Blankenship and 10 from Jalen Wooldridge. Other scorers included Ethan Idlewine with nine, Carson Fraley with six and Foster Fraley with four.

Pulaski, now sitting with a 14-5 record, will now look to stretch their winning streak to six games on Friday as they make a short trip over to the Briar Patch to take on the Somerset Briar Jumpers for the second time this season. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.

Jacob Pratt is the Sports Editor of the Commonwealth Journal and can be reached at jpratt@somerset-kentucky.com.