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January 28, 2014

PREP ROUNDUP: Fleming holds off East; Boyd, Lewis clean up

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GRAYSON — ROSE HILL    0    7    0    5    —    12

BOYD CO.    35    16    19    14    —    84

Rose Hill (12) — Thomas 5, Meredith 2, Whitt 3, Cade 2, Daniel, Hamilton, Daniels, Knight, Daniels. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Whitt, Thomas). FT: 2-6. Fouls: 9.

Boyd County (84) — Black 9, Anderson, Griffith 10, Burgess 5, Gauze 7, Meade 9, Mullins 2, Rowsey 6, Evans 2, Preece 4, Damron 2, Kenser 16, Mullen 2, Taylor 8, Webb 2, A. Gauze, Phelps. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Griffith 2, Rowsey 2, Black, Burgess, Kenser). FT: 7-12. Fouls: 7.

Menifee Co. 60

Fairview 51

WESTWOOD Menifee County junior center Thomas Chaney poured in 16 of his game-high 23 points in the first half alone as the Wildcats beat Fairview, 60-51, on Monday night at Fairview High School.

Tyler Thacker added 20 points for Menifee County (3-15), which led by as many as 13 points in the fourth quarter.

Fairview got 17 points from Antwan Washington and 14 from Fred Hightower.

The Eagles (3-12) were without leading scorer Andrew Carroll, who had to sit out two games because of an ejection last week.

MENIFEE    13    15    13    19    —    60

FAIRVIEW    11    15    8    17    —    51

Menifee County (60) — Thacker 20, Mann 6, Hacker 4, Chaney 23, Workman 4, Cornett 3. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Cornett). FT: 11-17.

Fairview (51) — Washington 17, Smith 3, Roy 5, Romine 8, Hightower 14, Donothan 2, Johnson, McIntyre. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Hightower 2, Washington, Smith). FT: 11-18.

GIRLS

Boyd Co. 70

Rose Hill 26

CANNONSBURG Three Lady Lions scratched their way into double figures as they used a huge first quarter to quickly put away Rose Hill on Monday.

Taylor Wheeler tallied a game-best 15 points, Logan Fraley had 14 and seventh-grader Savannah Wheeler 10.

Myriah Porter led Rose Hill (3-11) with 12 points.

Boyd County (12-6) heads to Raceland on Thursday. The Lady Royals host West Carter on Thursday.

ROSE HILL    6    11    4    5    —    26

BOYD CO.    24    18    18    10    —    70

Rose Hill (26) — Porter 12, Wehmeier 2, Brammer 9, Crum 1, Steele 2, Sizemore. 3-Pt. FG: None. FT: 4-10. Fouls: 15.

Boyd County (70) — S. Wheeler 10, T. Wheeler 15, Fraley 14, Lunsford 9, Goins 5, Caldwell 5, Shavers 1, Lynch 4, Lee 4, Stewart 3. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Fraley 3, S. Wheeler, Lunsford, Caldwell, Stewart). FT: 15-22. Fouls: 14.

Lewis Co. 66

Raceland 40

RACELAND Jaycey Fite splashed in five 3-pointers as Lewis County had little trouble with Raceland on Monday.

Fite racked up 23 points and Abby Pick added 13 as the Lady Lions improved to 11-7 and remained unbeaten in the 63rd District.

Lacee Penix scored 13 points for Raceland (7-10).

The Lady Rams host Boyd County on Thursday. Lewis County hosts Rowan County on Wednesday.

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