High School Basketball

Clark County's Rogers out for rest of regular season

Clark County's boys' basketball team will have to play without 6-foot-4 sophomore standout Corey Rogers the rest of the regular season. His availability for tournament time is also up in the air.

Rogers suffered a broken nose in Clark County's game against Lexington Christian Academy on Jan. 17. He will undergo surgery to repair the fracture on Wednesday.

Cardinals Coach Scott Humphrey said the injury was "as bad as it could've been for a broken nose," and that Rogers will be sidelined for at least six weeks. Doctors will then determine whether he can play again.

Rogers is averaging 15 points and 10 rebounds for Clark County, which is No. 14 in the state and has the best record (17-4) in the 10th Region.