Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

March 17, 2014

Trojans beat Central; Maurice Clarett coming to GMS

Staff report
Glasgow Daily Times

GLASGOW — The Barren County High School Trojans could manage only three hits Monday in a 3-1 baseball victory over Warren Central.

The Trojans’ hits came from  Andy Highbaugh, Britt Crabtree and Bryton McGuire.

“Our pitching has been pretty solid. We’ve had to use some guys that we didn’t figure into the equation and they’ve thrown strikes for us,” said BCHS coach Johnny Vance. “We just didn’t hit it very well today.”

Cole Payne got the start on the mound for the Trojans and he was relieved by Hunter Carroll.

Barren County will host Metcalfe County on Tuesday night before visiting South Warren on Wednesday.

The Trojans will then host a four-team tournament on Friday and Saturday with Adair County, Lexington Lafayette and Portland (Tenn.)



GHS netters split matches

The Glasgow High School Lady Scotties split two recent tennis matches. GHS knocked off Warren East 7-2 before falling to South Warren by score of 3-6.

In the match with Warren East, Glasgow won every singles match, earning wins from Palmer Lessenberry, Brooklyn Brown, Sloan Bull, Rebekah Kayser, McKenzie Frasier and Kaylie Howard.

Glasgow’s only doubles win came at the No. 3 spot where Frasier teamed up with Madison Carroll for a 6-2 victory.

Brown, Bull and Emmalee Lawrence were the only Lady Scotties able to pick up wins in Glasgow’s match with South Warren. GHS was beaten in all three doubles matches.

Glasgow will play at Barren County on Tuesday and host Metcalfe County on Thursday.



Trojanettes roll past Warren Central Lady Dragons

The Barren County Trojanettes picked up a big softball victory over the weekend by beating Warren Central, 11-1. BCHS put the game away with eight big runs in the second inning.

Brilee Houchens had three hits and four RBIs on the day. She doubled in the second inning, homered in the fourth and singled in the sixth.

Mackenzie Wells allowed only one earned run on five hits for BCHS. She walked two and struck out six.

The Trojanettes will host Cumberland County on Tuesday. First pitch is set for 5:30 p.m.



Scotties lose first two matches to Warren East, South Warren

The Glasgow High School Scotties lost the first two matches of the tennis season this past week when they dropped decisions to Warren East and South Warren. Scores were not available.

Foster Vann and Nicholas Morosa picked up victories against Warren East for the Scotties, while Glasgow earned victories from Brian Sadler and Morosa in singles, and the doubles teams of Ashab Ahmed and Adam Garrett, and Trent Bosse and Stuart Dickinson in its match with South Warren.

Glasgow will visit Barren County on Tuesday before hosting Metcalfe County on Thursday.



Former OSU football star Clarett to speak at GMS

Maurice Clarett, former running back for The Ohio State University Buckeyes during their 2002 National Championship season, will be a guest speaker at Glasgow Middle School.

Clarett is scheduled to have a motivational speech for students at 1 p.m. on March 25. Clarett will speak to students about his rise and fall (on and off the field) that eventually led to a prison term.

He will discuss how he has overcome his own self-defeating attitude to go on to help others.