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February 9, 2014

PREP ROUNDUP: Kelly leads Rams’ 65-42 rout of Bath

Dawgs, Lady Royals cruise

OWINGSVILLE — Raceland improved to 13-9 on the season with a 65-42 rout of Bath County on Saturday night.

Zach Kelly parked four 3-pointers en route to a 20-point effort. Jacob Blair added 15 and Tyler Morris 10 for the Rams.

Blake Maze led Bath County (6-19) with 13 points.

Raceland hosts East Carter on Tuesday.

RACELAND    17    23    16    9    —    65

BATH CO.    10    11    11    10    —    42

Raceland (65) — Howard 2, Davidson 6, Blair 15, Thomas 5, Mills 3, Kelly 20, Morris 10, Brown 4. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Kelly 4, Mills). FT: 4-11. Fouls: 17.

Bath County (42) —  Maze 13, Horton 3, Rodgers 2, Messer 5, Ratliff 2, Mynhier 2, Becraft 6, Johnson 2, Mitchell 5, Patton 2. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Messer, Mitchell). FT: 14-15. Fouls: 13. Fouled Out: Ratliff.

Lawrence Co. 72

J. Buchanan 38

PIPPA PASSES Timmy and Robert Dalton combined for 37 points, just one fewer point than June Buchanan’s total on Saturday.

Lawrence County moved its record to 17-8 behind the Daltons — Timmy scored 20 points and Robert netted 17.

Brandon Richardson hit a pair of 3-pointers and tallied 11 points.

Princewell Anisoke led June Buchanan (6-16) with 11 points.

The Bulldogs travel to Pike County Central on Thursday.

LAWRENCE CO.    14    21    23    14    —    72

J. BUCHANAN    6    14    8    10    —    38

Lawrence County (72) — T. Dalton 20, Chaffins 6, Kiser 8, R. Dalton 17, Richardson 11, J. Ratliff 4, Moore 2, Black 4, Jude, Blankenship, Hall, M. Ratliff. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (R. Dalton, Richardson 2). FT: 11-13. Fouls: 12.

June Buchanan (38) — Hammond 7, Ankirgin 5, Ison 8, Anisoke 11, Snow 5, Hall 2. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Hammond, Ison, Snow). FT: 9-14. Fouls: 11.

GIRLS

Rose Hill 66

Riverside 26

ASHLAND The game was over by halftime, as Rose Hill surged to a 32-14 lead by the break.

Riverside Christian (0-11) managed just 26 points, 12 of them coming from Katie Haddix. The team played just five players.

Rose Hill (5-14) got 12 points from Myriah Porter, 11 from Kendra Steele and 10 from Kristen Wehmeier. Wehmeier also grabbed 15 rebounds.

Porter added eight rebounds and five assists to her stat line.

Freshman Natalie Fyffe had eight boards for the Lady Royals, who host Ashland on Monday.

RIVERSIDE    9    5    10    2    —    26

ROSE HILL    16    16    22    12    —    66

Riverside Christian (26) — K. Haddix 12, R. Haddix, Spencer 7, Chapman 1, Johnson. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (K. Haddix). FT: 7-9. Fouls: 13.

Rose Hill (66) — Porter 12, Wehmeier 10, Brammer 9, Crum 4, Steele 11, Sizemore 7, Fyffe 4, Sparks 9. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Sparks). FT: 9-11. Fouls: 10.

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