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January 29, 2013

PREP ROUNDUP: Lady Devils use long ball to beat West

OLIVE HILL — Russell’s girls drilled 12 3-pointers en route to a 69-52 defeat of West Carter on Monday night at John “Hop” Brown Court.

The Lady Devils’ Lexi Berry poured in five 3s on her way to a game-high 23 points. Hope Parsley added 13 points.

Brooke Callihan led West Carter (8-11) with 18 points.

Russell improved to


RUSSELL    19    15    21    14    —    69

W. CARTER    8    9    15    20    —    52

Russell (69) — Mad. Darnell 4, Hanson 6, Gross 9, Parsley 13, Berry 23, May 2, Huddleston 3, Carter 9, Mac. Darnell, Thompson, Maynard, Hanson, Watkins, Clark. 3-Pt. FG: 12 (Harrison 2, Parsley, Berry 5, Huddleston, Carter 3). FT: 3-7. PF: 10.

West Carter (52) — Adkins 6, Ziegler 2, Callihan 18, L. Berry 13, Centers 8, Buckler 3, M. Berry 2, Evans, Henderson, B. Easterling, Bond, S. Easterling. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Callihan, Berry 2, Centers, Buckler). FT: 11-17. PF: 10.

Boyd County 41

Sheldon Clark 36

INEZ Boyd County came away from Sheldon Clark with a hard-fought five-point victory on Monday night.

Logan Fraley paced the Lady Lions (16-7) with 14 points. Taylor Wheeler had 10 and Emily Stewart tallied nine.

Boyd County trailed the Lady Cardinals (13-5) by one at halftime before outscoring them 11-4 in the third period.

BOYD CO.    17    5    11    8    —    41

S. CLARK    11    12    4    9    —    36

Boyd County (41) — Stewart 9, Wheeler 10, Fraley 14, Hu. Reeves 1, Coburn 3, Kenser 4, Hou. Reeves. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Fraley, Wheeler, Coburn). FT: 14-22. PF: 14.

Sheldon Clark (36) — Dean 2, Newsome 7, Porter 16, Waller 4, Hatfield 2, Garcia 5. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Newsome). FT: 11-16. PF: 16.

Lawrence Co. 55

Magoffin Co. 50

LOUISA Taylor Porter scored 21 points and Savannah Cyrus had 15 as the Lady Bulldogs downed the defending 15th Region champions on Monday.

Cyrus was 7 for 8 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to help seal the win as Lawrence County moved to 15-6 on the season. Ashleigh Adkins, a sophomore, contributed 14 rebounds.

Magoffin County fell to 11-9.

MAGOFFIN    7    12    13    18    —    50

LAWRENCE    12    8    14    21    —    55

Magoffin County (50) — J. Howard 17, Arnett 9, Connolly 5, L. Howard 6, Castle 13. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Connolly, Castle 2). FT: 19-34. PF: 17.

Lawrence County (55) — Cyrus 15, Adkins 8, Hay 6, Kirk 5, Porter 21, Williamson. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Kirk, Porter 4). FT: 16-23. PF: 19.

Bath Co. 49

Morgan Co. 11

OWINGSVILLE Bath County held Morgan County to a season-low offensive output as the Lady Cats notched their first victory over the Lady Cougars since 2005.

Sarah Price tallied a game-best 14 points, eight rebounds and five blocks. Taylor Rogers chipped in 11 points. Bath County is now 12-6.

Morgan County (5-14) had no scorer with more than two points. The Lady Cougars were 3 of 31 from the field.

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