Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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February 5, 2013

Ashland boys, girls get bench involved early

ASHLAND — Fourteen players got into the scoring column as Ashland rolled past Rose Hill Christian, 71-16, in boys high school basketball Monday night.

The Tomcats led 20-0 after one quarter and 50-8 at halftime on the way to their 17th win.

Dikembe Dixson put in 13 points while 11 other Ashland players each scored at least four. The Tomcats travel to Rowan County tonight.

Rose Hill slipped to 1-17.

ASHLAND    20    30    9    12      —  71

ROSE HILL    0    8    2    6       —    16

Ashland (71) — Thompson 4, Stewart 4, Salow 2, Friley 5, Wesley 4, Rose 4, Hart 5, Woods 5, Villers 7, Bradley 4, Thornton 8, Dixson 13, Miller 4, Pruitt 2. PF: 6. FT: 13-21. 3-point FGs: 4 (Thompson, Rose, Villers, Miller).

Rose Hill (16) — Dudding 2, Senters 2, Thomas 12. PF: 15. FT: 0-1. 3-point FGs: 0.

GIRLS

Ashland 80

Rose Hill 21

ASHLAND All 13 of Ashland’s players scored in the first half of a runaway victory.

The Kittens finished with 21 assists and just two turnovers while coming up with 28 turnovers from Rose Hill Christian.

Kaylyn Gambill had 12 points, followed by Alexis Robinson, Haley Sue Foutch and Mykasa Robinson with nine apiece.

Ashland (17-5) hosts Senior Night on Thursday against Fleming County.  

ASHLAND    33    22    13    12      —  80

ROSE HILL    2    6    6    7       —    21

Ashland (80) — Gambill 12, A. Robinson 9, Foutch 9, Cullop 5, Slone 4,  Jones 5, Gunter 6, M. Robinson 9, Layne 5, Gransbery 4, Roberts 4, Vanover 5, Hammond 3. 3-point FGs: 6 (Gambill 2, A. Robinson, Jones, Layne, Hammond). FT: 10-15. PF: 7.

Rose Hill (21) — Porter 2, Brammer 9, Wehmeier 6, Sizemore 2, Fyffe 2. 3-point FGs: 0. FT: 1-2. PF: 8.

Russell 65

Lex. Christian 56

RUSSELL Arden Gross and Hope Parsley combined for 43 points and 17 rebounds to help send the Lady Devils past Lexington Christian.

Gross finished with 23 points and nine rebounds, while Parsley had 20 points and eight boards.

Russell (11-12) generated 19 assists. 

Holly Huellemeir scored 20 for LCA (11-10).

LEX. CHRISTIAN       8    5    15       28     —56

RUSSELL                12    9    17       27       —65

Lex. Christian (56) — Bundy 14, Huellemeir 20, Burdette 12, Brooks, Rinehart 10, Rogers, Hill. FT: 10-15. 3-point FGs: 2 (Bundy 2). PF: 13.

Russell (65) — Gross 23, Parsley 20, Huddleston 13, Carter 7, Darnell 2, Berry, Harrison, Maynard. FT: 11-14. 3-point FGs: 4 (Gross 2, Parsley, Carter). PF: 13.

East Carter 39

Rowan Co. 34

GRAYSON East Carter improved to 19-5 with a hard-fought Senior Night win over Rowan County.

The Lady Raiders led 12-8 at halftime.

Kristen Mayo scored 11 points and Bryana Greenhill 10 for East Carter.

Faith Conn led Rowan County (12-11) with 12 points.  

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