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December 29, 2013

High School Roundup: Mullins hits winning 2 for Russell

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COAL GROVE — ASHLAND    23    13    14    15    —    65

GALLATIN    17    8    13    14    —    52

Ashland (65) — Foutch 26, Gransbery 2, Young 14, A. Robinson 11, Woodson 5, Roberts 1, M. Robinson 6. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Young 4, Foutch, A. Robinson, M. Robinson). FT: 14-27. Fouls: 17.

Gallatin County (52) — Wesley 3, Sullivan 2, H. Dossett 12, Satchwell 4, B. Dossett 24, Bowman 4, Dunavent 3. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (H. Dossett 2, B. Dossett 2, Dunavent). FT: 19-21. Fouls: 23.

Fairview 61

Rose Hill 53

WESTWOOD The Lady Eagles rallied from a five-point halftime deficit to down Rose Hill in the Days Innvitational championship game on Saturday afternoon at Fairview High School.

Fairview (3-6) outscored the Lady Royals, 22-7, in the third quarter. Rose Hill fell to 2-6.

Madison Humphrey led Fairview with 15 points. Kara Adkins and Brittany Bell each tallied 13.

Myriah Porter led Rose Hill with 17 points.

In the third-place game, Green (Ohio) beat Phelps, 41-29.

ROSE HILL    14    15    7    17    —    53

FAIRVIEW    17    7    22    15    —    61

Rose Hill (53) — Sizemore 7, Fyffe 3, Brammer 7, Crum 8, Porter 17, Steele 4, Wehmeier 7. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Sizemore 2, Crum 2). FT: 11-21. Fouls: 20.

Fairview (61) — Mac. Humphrey 3, Adkins 13, Mad. Humphrey 15, Bell 13, Bohanna 9, Reynolds 8, Cornwell, Burton. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Adkins). FT: 20-41. Fouls: 17.

Bracken Co. 59

Raceland 41

RACELAND Bracken County defeated Raceland in the fifth-place game of the Ohio River Classic on Saturday at Raceland-Worthington High School.

The Lady Rams struggled to score throughout, managing just seven points en route to facing an 11-point hole after eight minutes.

Michelle Vanderhoof, an eighth-grader, led Raceland in scoring with 10 points.

RACELAND    7    12    10    12    —    41

BRACKEN    18    14    11    16    —    59

Raceland (41) — Vanderhoof 10, Mackie 2, Cotton 4, Keeton 9, Grubb 6, Sipps 2, Bryant 6, Fritz 2, Penix, Johnson. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Grubb 2, Bryant 2, Vanderhoof). FT: 12-18.

Bracken County (59) — Jefferson 15, Wills 15, Cummins 11, Conley 6, Woods 6, Bell 4. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Jefferson 4, Cummins). FT: 16-30.

FROM FRIDAY

Boyd Co. 58

Hickman Co. 53

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Despite struggling from the free-throw line, Boyd County managed to record a win in its first game in a tournament in Nashville on Friday.

The Lady Lions (6-2) edged Hickman County for their fifth straight win.

Logan Fraley knocked down six 3-pointers en route to 24 points. Taylor Wheeler had 14 points, while Alexis Lunsford connected three times from long range on her way to 10 points.

Overall, the Lady Lions were just 11 of 25 from the foul line, but a 15-9 third-quarter run proved to be the difference.

BOYD CO.    20    7    15    16    —    58

HICKMAN    18    6    9    20    —    53

Boyd County (58) — Reeves 6, Wheeler 14, Fraley 24, Lunsford 10, Goins 4. 3-Pt. FG: 9 (Fraley 6, Lunsford 3). FT: 11-25.

Hickman County (53) — Jo. Blystad 21, Mathis 6, Conder 14, Je. Blystad 2, Small 3, Powers 2, Witherspoon 5. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Conder, Small, Witherspoon). FT: 12-14. 

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