Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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January 28, 2014

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


GRAYSON — LEWIS CO.    16    19    21    10    —    66

RACELAND    8    5    15    12    —    40

Lewis County (66) — Fite 23, Pick 13, Em. Frye 8, Thompson 8, Anderson 6, Blake 4, Er. Frye 4, Boyles, Yates, Helpenstein, Cortez, Hinton, Harlow, Stone. 3-Pt. FG: 6 (Fite 5, Pick). FT: 8-12. Fouls: 15.

Raceland (40) — Penix 13, Cotton 6, Vanderhoof 5, Mackie 4, Sipps 4, Keeton 2, Grubb 2, Bryant 2, Fritz 2, Fenney, Hutchinson, Flocker, Johnson, Runyon, Curley, Barker. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Penix 2, Vanderhoof). FT: 7-12. Fouls: 15.

Bath Co. 66

Fleming Co. 49

OWINGSVILLE Bath County’s girls achieved their first win over 61st District foe Fleming County in 14 years, according to Lady Cats coach Troy Lee Thomas, on Monday.

Bath County (12-4) shot out to a 25-8 advantage by the end of the first quarter.

Shae Sparks posted a career-best 21 points. Tayler Rogers recorded four steals and four assists to go with her 18 points. Sarah Price stuffed the stat sheet with 18 points, 15 rebounds and six blocks.

Martina Lytle led Fleming County (9-10) with 17 points.

Bath County welcomes in Russell on Saturday. Fleming County, which has now lost five in a row, visits Menifee County on Thursday.

FLEMING CO.    8    14    8    19    —    49

BATH CO.    25    13    11    17    —    66

Fleming County (49) — Boyd 3, Lytle 17, Petersen 14, Jett 2, Steward 13, Pfeffer, McIntyre, Fearin. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Boyd, Petersen, Steward). FT: 10-12. Fouls: 16.

Bath County (66) — Sparks 21, Rogers 18, Price 18, Porter 2, Flowers 5, Howard 2, Jamison, Hall, Leach, Walters. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Sparks 2, Price 2, Flowers). FT: 15-18. Fouls: 16.


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