- Friday, February 4 1910 -
Kentucky - 16 (Head Coach: Edwin R. Sweetland)
Georgetown College - 34 (Head Coach: Robert Hinton)
Officials: Referee - Robert Hinton (Georgetown)
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Game Writeup - Lexington Leader
STATE LOSES 34-16
The State University basketball team was defeated Friday night at Georgetown by the team of Georgetown College by a score of 34 to 16. The State team included Barbee, Rhodes and Post, the three stars of the last year. The victory gives Georgetown the call for second place in the State championship race. The best playing of the game was done by Kenney for the Georgetown team. He threw seven field goals. The game was fast and steady throughout.
Game Writeup - Lexington Herald
GEORGETOWN IS VICTOR OVER STATE
GEORGETOWN, Ky., Feb. 4 - Georgetown College defeated the basket ball team from State University here tonight by a score of 34 to 16, before the largest crowd that ever saw a game in the Georgetown gymnasium. The State University team included Barbee, Rhodes and Post, the three stars of last year. The victory gives Georgetown the call for second place in the state championship race. The best playing of the game was done by Kenney for the locals. He threw seven field goals. The game was fast throughout and steady.
Game Writeup - Georgetown Times
The Georgetown College basket ball team played the team of State University, Lexington at the College gymnasium Friday night and defeated them by the score of 34 to 16. There was a very large crowd present. It was a fast game. The teams lined up as follows:
Georgetown - Jones, center; Kenney and Bradford, forwards; Tudor and Creekmore, guards.
State - Fox, center; Tonner and Barbee, forwards; Post and Rhodes guards.
Referee - Hinton, Georgetown.