Russellville High School standout senior Pedro Bradshaw became the all-time leading rebounder in school history on Tuesday when the Panthers went on the road to face one of the top teams in the state on Tuesday.
Bradshaw now has 1,105 rebounds in his high school career – one more than the previous record holder and current RHS coach, Phil Todd.
Bowling Green has only lost two games on the year and is ranked third in the state. Senior forward Terry Taylor has over 500 points this year for the Purples. The Panthers were no match for the firepower of the Bowling Green Purples. Russellville fell 93-74.
The Panthers are currently sitting in fourth place in the entire region with an (18-10) record. Friday night, they will host South Warren to close out the regular season. The district tournament starts on Tuesday for Russellville. They will play Todd County at 8pm at Franklin-Simpson High School.
The Lady Panthers also had a tough time at Bowling Green High School on Tuesday. The Lady Purples (20-7) showed no mercy in the 68-30 victory.
The Lady Panthers (9-18) will play Dawson Springs at home on Friday. It will be round three of “Clash of the Cats” at Franklin for the opening round of the district tournament on Tuesday. Logan County won the first two meetings.