By Les Dixon / Sports Editor
LOUISVILLE — Lynn Camp’s Matt Trosper recorded his second triple-double in as many weeks during the Wildcats’ 64-46 win over Brown Saturday.
Trosper scored 18 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out 10 assists during the Wildcats’ third straight win. The 18-point victory also improved the Wildcats to 12-11 on the season.
“We had great senior leadership tonight in a hostile environment,” Lynn Camp coach Clyde Dixon said. “Our mini (Rajon) Rondo, Matt Trosper, had another triple-double.”
The Wildcats’ Zach Smith also turned in a solid effort by scoring 18 points and finishing with 11 rebounds. Lynn Camp jumped out to a 9-5 lead in the first quarter and managed to increase it to 22-13 at halftime.
The Wildcats put the game away in the third quarter with a 24-12 run and held a comfortable 46-25 advantage going into the fourth quarter.
Lynn Camp 64, Brown 46
Lynn Camp 9 13 24 18 64
Brown 5 8 12 21 46
Lynn Camp (64) — Smith 18, McFarland 8, Trosper 18, Hammonds 10, Maier 8, Swafford 2.
Brown (46) — Powell 2, Childress 1, Williams 7, Bell 11, Brown 2, Hongland 16, Pierce 2, Cockroft 2, Greenwell 3.
By Les Dixon / Sports Editor
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