Bearcat star does not show offensive skills against loaded Hoosiers
By John Herndon
Tuesday, June 16, 2009 at 8:00 pm
For C.J. Penny, there will always be the question, “What could it have been?”
Not that the Anderson County basketball player could have made up the 13- and 15-point deficits for the Kentucky All-Stars against their Indiana counterparts over the weekend. Loaded with big-time college signees – 12 to be exact – the Hoosiers fielded one of their strongest teams in the 70-year history of the summertime series.
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