- Saturday, February 3 1906 -
Christ Church Cincinnati - 38
Kentucky - 24 (Head Coach: Unnamed)
Halftime Score: State College 17, Christ Church 11
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Game Writeup - Lexington Leader
CHRIST CHURCH CINCINNATI TEAM, DEFEATS STATE COLLEGE - SCORE 38 TO 24
The strong basket ball team from Christ Church, Cincinnati, defeated the State College cadets in a clean game Saturday afternoon in the college gymnasium. The game began at 3 o'clock and at the end of the first half it seemed as if the cadet lads would have a walkover. The cadets were just in the right mood for playing, and at the end of the first half the score stood 17 to 11 in their favor. But the visitors had been spending the greater part of the first half in locating the goal, and in the second half they showed up much better, making the score 38 to 24 in their favor.
To Thomas Bryant, of State's team, belongs first honor in the game, followed closely by Wilson and Baer. A.L. Donan, who was sent in for a trial game, showed up well.
Hogrebe played the star game for the visitors. Box and Blanchard divided honors about equally. A most commendable feature of the game was the impartial decisions rendered by the referee and umpire.
Game Preview - Lexington Leader (February 2, 1906)
BASKET BALL GAME
The State College basket ball team realizes that it will encounter the hardest proposition of the season when it meets the strong team from Cincinnati in the State College gymnasium Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The visitors come from the Christ Church athletic team of Cincinnati and play the game with great skill.
Game Preview - Lexington Leader (February 3, 1906)
BASKET BALL TEAM ARRIVES
The basket ball team from Christ Church, Cincinnati, arrived over the Q. & C. road at 11 o'clock and registered at the LeLand Hotel. The team are in good condition. They are playing the cadet lads at State College this afternoon as the Leader goes to press. Tonight they will play the strong team of Georgetown College.