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January 8, 2013

ROUNDUP: Bath’s girls grab big win

OWINGSVILLE — Bath County Athletic Director Arlen McNabb called it perhaps the biggest girls basketball win in 25 years, said coach Troy Lee Thomas.

The Lady Cats continued their remarkable season with a 51-47 defeat of George Rogers Clark at home on Monday night.

Sierra Sparks, a junior guard, netted a career-high 19 points. She went 9 of 10 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to help create just enough separation in a tight contest.

Sarah Price added 15 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks as Bath County improved to 10-5 on the season.

Clark (5-12) is considered one of the top few teams in the 10th Region.

CLARK    15    15    8    9    —    47

BATH CO.    8    19    8    16    —    51

Clark County (47) — Graham 4, Taylor 9, Hammonds 3, Skinner 19, Murphy 7, Hanlin 7, Anderson, Irvin, Williams. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Murphy, Graham). FT: 7-15. PF: 18.

Bath County (51) — Rogers 4, Price 15, Sparks 19, Martin 6, Jameson 2, Walters 2, Howard 3, Leach, Porter. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Sparks 2, Martin 2, Price). FT: 16-24. PF: 15.

Greenup Co. 76

Raceland 47

RACELAND Greenup County rolled the Lady Rams on Monday night at Raceland-Worthington High School.

Eighth-grader Sydney Webb paced the Lady Musketeers (11-9) with 19 points. Destiny Jones added 15, Micah Leslie 10 and Erica Steele 10 to help Greenup County.

Savannah Mackie put in 10 points for Raceland (3-12).

GREENUP    15    16    27    18    —    76

RACELAND    9    8    10    20    —    47

Greenup County (76) — Leslie 10, Jones 15, Campbell 6, Steele 10, Grizzle 3, Webb 19, Adams 1, Valandingham 3, Thompson 2, Hunt 2, Claire 2, Wireman 3, Burden, Pope. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Webb 2, Wireman). FT: 17-29. PF: 23.

Raceland (47) — Mackie 10, Keeton 3, Sipps 7, Cotton 7, Penix 4, Fritz 7, Vanderhoof 4, Delcourt 2, Williams 3, Grubb, Hutchinson. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Mackie, Fritz, Williams). FT: 8-23. PF: 24.

East Carter 65

Elliott County 35

SANDY HOOK

East Carter quickly jumped out to a 24-8 lead and cruised past Elliott County on Monday.

Kelsey Stumbo recorded a team-best 14 points, while Kristen Mayo added 11 and Bryana Greenhill 10.

East Carter (10-5) and Elliott County (4-9) combined to attempt 75 free throws in the game.

EAST    24    18    13    10    —    65

ELLIOTT    8    7    10    10    —    35

East Carter (65) — Mayo 11, Greenhill 10, Stickler 9, Stumbo 14, Gee 1, Steele 6, Pennington 5, Hall 3, Damron 1, Thornberry 3, Brainard 2, Bayes, Langstaff. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Mayo, Greenhill, Stickler, Pennington). FT: 23-44. PF: 25.

Elliott County (35) — Smith 5, B. Worthington 5, S. Worthington 8, Blair 1, Holbrook 11, B. Porter 3, S. Porter 2, Rose, DeHarte. 3-Pt. FG: None. FT: 17-31. PF: 30.

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