Kobe Parker

Jefferson County's Kobe Parker (11) goes up for a layup against Morristown West's Joey Hancock (15) during Wednesday's District 2-AAA tournament quarterfinal game. – J.D. VAUGHN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Kobe Parker wouldn’t allow Jefferson County to come up empty in the postseason again.

He and the Patriots won their first tournament game in three seasons Wednesday night. The No. 3 seed in District 2-AAA, JCHS outlasted No. 6 Morristown West 58-44 in the district quarterfinal round.

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