Pirates hand Lynn Camp another loss.

Wildcats on four game skid.

The Wildcats continue to struggle on the offensive end as they suffered their fourth straight loss at the hands of the Berea Pirates last week, 60-51.

Lynn Camp scored only eight points in the first quarter and trailed by 11 as the buzzer sounded, 19-8.

The Wildcats scratched back in the second quarter with a three pointer from senior guard Skylar McFarland, a free throw by Austin Maier, four points by Marcus Hollin and six points by Austin Withrow. Lynn Camp had cut the deficit to five by halftime, 22-27.

Head Coach Eric Swords made adjustments at half time that allowed the Wildcats to score six unanswered points, four by Austyn Weddle and a three pointer by Skylar McFarland, to give Lynn Camp the lead at 29-27.

After a Berea time out, the Pirates connected on a shot to tie the game at 29 all.

Both teams traded baskets until McFarland hit a three with 2:16 remaining in the quarter for a 37-34 advantage.

Berea would not be denied as the Wildcats went cold in the fourth quarter. The Pirates scored six unanswered points of their own to jump out to a seven point lead and extended it to 10 mid-ways through the fourth quarter at 41-51.

The lead was too much for the Wildcats to overcome as Berea beat the Wildcats for the second time of the season, 60-51.

Lynn Camp had 10 players see action with senior Skylar McFarland leading the way with 18 points and three rebounds. Austin Maier added nine points, Marcus Hollin shot for eight, Austin Withrow and Bronson Roaden each scored five while Austyn Weddle shot for six.

The Wildcats will host Jellico, TN on Feb. 3 at home and travel to J. Frank White Academy in Tennessee on Feb. 6.