On Friday night at home, Lexington could not come back from a 5-point halftime deficit as Dutch Fork exploded for 42 second-half points to win a Region 5 battle, 77-64. The Silver Foxes maintain their hold on the top spot with a 5-2 record while Lexington, White Knoll, and River Bluff all have 3-3 marks.
Eighth-grader Cam Scott scored 24 for the Wildcats. Senior Adin Daniels added 15 while sophomore Amari Davis totaled 11. For the Foxes, Houston Jones netted 23 which included seven three-balls.
Lexington will travel to face Chapin on Tuesday then will host River Bluff on Thursday. They defeated both remaining opponents two weeks ago.
Cam Scott: 24 points (6 twos, 4 threes)
Adin Daniels: 15 points (3 twos, 3 threes)
Amari Davis: 11 points (1 two, 2 threes 3/4 free throws)
Alex Reed: 6 points (3 twos)
Taylor Mathias: 4 points (2 twos)
Keldric Bouknight: 2 points (2/4 free throws)
Dylan Rivers: 2 points (1 two)