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Dialing long distance

If being sent to the corner is punishment, somebody forgot to tell Kendall Rutledge.
The senior shooting guard scored a career-high 23 points, including hitting five 3-pointers from the left corner, as the Warren County High School boys basketball team thumped the Tullahoma Wildcats 54-34 Friday night on the road.
Warren County (4-5) put together back-to-back wins for the first time this season with the win over the Wildcats and Rutledge was a huge reason why for the second straight game.
After matching his career high with 20 points in a 40-38 victory over Franklin County Tuesday, Rutledge picked up ...

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