The Commonwealth Middle School Athletic Conference held its 2014-2015 boys basketball championships last Saturday at B. Michael Caudill Middle School in Richmond.

The Clark Moores Middle School Braves swept the titles, finishing first in all three grade divisions during the regular season and in the tournament.  

In the eighth-grade championship game, Clark Moores defeated Madison Middle, 66-53. Dale Martin finished with a game-high 20 points. Antwaun Warford (11 points), Freddy Chenault (11 points), Isiah Cozart (10 pts), Grant Hotchkiss (six points), Tyler Storie (four points), Jackson Juett (two points) and Brandon Adams (two points) also scored for the Braves. Other members of the team include — Kenton Humphrey, Lincoln Lunsford, Cameron Travis, Josh Berry and Drake Harris.

The team, which is coached by Gordon Hotchkiss, finished the conference season 17-0.

In the seventh-grade championship game, Clark Moores defeated Rockcastle County, 57-49. Grant Hotchkiss lead the Braves with a game-high 16 points. Chad Fugate (14 points), Dale Martin (13 points), Evan Beasley (eight points) and Kole Browne (six points) rounded out the scoring. Other members of the team include — Colby Sebastian, Delsin Tsotigh, Luke Foley, Bryce Travis, Jacob Wall, Cole Clines, Lance Cruse, Braeden Ray & Luke Coleman.

The team, which is coached by Tyler Mudd, finished the conference season 16-1.

In the sixth-grade championship game, Clark Moores defeated Estill County, 43-31.  Kole Browne finished with a game-high 15 points. Treyvion Parks (10 points), Luke Coleman (six points), Zach Holbrook (six points), Braeden Ray (four points) and Nate Storie (two points) also scored. Other members of the team include — Brayden Prewitt, Javan Dunn, Caleb Baker, Taishon Chenault, Ethan Bailey, Dawson Hall, Landon Crafton, Carter Ruffner and Nathan Barker.

The team, which is coached by Matt Miller and Brent Ray, finished the conference season 16-1.  

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