- Saturday, February 13 1904 -
Georgetown College - 22 (Head Coach: Wilson Kline)
Kentucky - 10 (Head Coach: Unnamed) - [Final Rank ]
|Claire St. John||1||0||2|
|J. White Guyn||0||0||0|
Officials: Referee - Kline; Umpire - Leander Andrus; Scorekeeper- McCord and Dies and Timekeeper - Kemper and Baker
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|Kentucky University 5 - 12|||||Kentucky University 12 - 14|
Game Writeup - Lexington Leader
Simply "Cleaned Up" With State College by Score of 22 to 10
The Georgetown College basket ball team defeated the State College team in a hard fought game Saturday afternoon. The score was 22 to 10. A large crowd was in attendance.
The game was a hotly contested one from start to finish, but State's team was clearly outclassed by the Scott county aggregation, who put up one of the best exhibitions of basket ball ever seen in this city.
The State College organization presented some good individual playing, St. Johns, Wurtele and Guyn making several fine plays. Lack of team work was very evident at times however. The failure to cover their opponents on the part of State College was the cause of several goals being made by Georgetown without interference. State's team was also seriously handicapped by having to play under different rules from those they have been accustomed to, and this caused the calling of many fouls by Klein, the Georgetown official, while assisted materially in piling up that team's score.
The game never lagged from start to finish however, and the ball was in play every minute of the time. The many exciting climaxes kept the large crowd on the tiptoe of expectancy throughout the game.
Parrigin the star player for Georgetown made six goals and four foul goals. Browning made two goals and Weddle one goal.
On State's side Coons threw two goals, St. Johns one goal and Wurtele three foul goals.
Game Writeup - Lexington Morning Herald
College Defeated by Georgetown by Score of 22 to 10 in Basket Ball
Georgetown College defeated State College in a game of basket ball here yesterday afternoon by a score of 22 to 19. The visitors came over on the 3 o'clock car and appeared for the game in fine condition, which was called at 3:45 o'clock. The balcony of the gymnasium was filled and the game was a clean one. Georgetown made the most fouls. State made few fouls, but the Georgetown people have been constantly practicing and were in better condition. The game closed at 4:20 with the score 22 to 11 in favor of Georgetown.
Coons threw three goals for State, Worteb, three, St. Johns 1.
Parrigan threw nine goals for Georgetown, Browning, two ; Weddel, two.
The officials' decisions were agreeable to both sides.