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January 13, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Boyd girls slam Central

All 'A' Classic also gets underway


SUMMIT — WEST CARTER    14    15    6    10    —    45

RACELAND    7    12    5    11    —    35

West Carter (45) — Adkins 4, Ziegler 4, Callihan 14, L. Berry 6, Centers 6, Easterling 2, M. Berry 9. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Callihan, L. Berry). FT: 15-21. PF: 16.

Raceland (35) — Mackie 15, Keeton 5, Cotton 6, Penix 7, Vanderhoof 2. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Mackie 3). FT: 12-19. PF: 20.


Russell 76

Bath Co. 44

RUSSELL The Red Devils pulled away in the second quarter and didn’t look back in the All “A” Classic opener on Saturday.

They will take on West Carter, which topped Raceland, at Raceland on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the semifinals.

Kyle Skaggs put in a game-high 23 points and Jacob Porter scored 16 for Russell (14-4), which is riding a six-game winning streak.

Johnny McGuire pitched in 11 points.

BATH CO.    10    9    16    9    —    44

RUSSELL    15    19    25    17    —    76

Bath County (44) — Johnson 2, Sammons 9, Maze 9, Snedegar 2, Dailey 4, Bell 9, Ramos 2, Becraft 2, Winburn 1, Ratliff 2, McFarlin 2. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Sammons). FT: 13-19. PF: 21.

Russell (76) — Hayes 2, Lane 5, Evans 9, Porter 16, Skaggs 23, Smith 2, Mullins 4, D. Campbell 2, Kennedy 2, McGuire 11, Tackett, B. Campbell, Miller, McKnight. 3-Pt. FG: 6 (Porter 4, Lane, Skaggs). FT: 18-28. PF: 16.

Morgan Co. 80

Rose Hill 28

WEST LIBERTY Morgan County routed Rose Hill to move on to the All “A” Classic semifinals on Saturday.

The Cougars (13-4) will face the winner of Menifee County-Elliott County on Monday night at Raceland.

Jordan Perry tallied a game-high 16 points for Morgan County, while Samuel Aguirre scored 14 in the winning effort.

Travis Dudding led Rose Hill (1-12) with 10 points.

ROSE HILL    8    5    8    7    —    28

MORGAN CO.    27    23    23    7    —    80

Rose Hill (28) — Dudding 10, Senters 4, Thomas 9, Hamilton 3, Daniel 2, Wilcox, Meredith, Shelton. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Thomas, Hamilton). FT: 4-7. PF: 17.

Morgan County (80) — Aguirre 14, Whitt 13, Collins, Sparkman, Adams 5, Burton 11, Whisman 4, Prater, Perry 16, Vanhoose, K. Ross 5, M. Ross, J. Henry 2, Moore 9, W. Hembry. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Burton, Perry 2). FT: 10-21. PF: 11.

Tug Valley 78

Ashland 62

NAUGATUCK, W. Va. Ashland headed into Tug Valley for its fourth game in five days and came out victims of a 16-point loss.

The Tomcats (11-7) fell to the West Virginia Class 2A defending state champions.

They will next host Rose Hill on Tuesday.

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