After claiming back-to-back non-district wins last week, the Adair County High School girls’ basketball team concluded the regular-season on a 10-game winning streak.
Adair County, under the direction of head coach James Turner, rolled past Bardstown Tuesday (Feb. 12), winning 73-38.
Three nights later, Adair County stayed in the win column with a convincing 61-34 victory over Hart County.
The Lady Indians earned wins over Bardstown and Hart County in home games.
Adair County’s 10-game winning streak also consisted of wins over Central Hardin, Russell County, Casey County, LaRue County, Campbellsville, Green County, Washington County and Taylor County.
The Adair County girls’ basketball team ended the regular-season 23-6. The Lady Indians owned the fifth-best overall record in the 5th Region, behind North Hardin (23-6), LaRue County (23-5), Nelson County (24-5) and undefeated Marion County (30-0).
Earlier in the season, Adair County put together win streaks of three and four games, respectively.
Now, Adair County has turned its focus to the postseason.
Adair County will play Campbellsville in the opening round of the 20th District Tournament Thursday night. Tipoff for the Adair County-Campbellsville tournament tilt is set for 7 p.m. In the opening game of the tournament, a matchup set to tip off at 5:30, Marion County is pitted against Taylor County.