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December 9, 2012

PREP ROUNDUP: Boyd boys get first win

RIO GRANDE — RIO GRANDE Boyd County earned its first win of the season on Saturday at Rio Grande University.

The Lions (1-2) beat Fairland, 69-66, as three starters hit double figures in scoring.

Austin Hunt scored 19 points on 6-of-12 shooting. Brandon Lowe notched 11 and Todd Stacy netted 10.

Boyd County hit eight 3-pointers. The Lions never trailed after the first quarter.

BOYD CO.    21    14    14    20    —    69

FAIRLAND    16    15    17    18    —    66

Boyd County (69) — Taylor 8, Lowe 11, Hunt 19, Stacy 10, Wallace, Griffith 8, Anderson 5, Burgess 8. 3-Pt. FG: 8 (Burgess 2, Stacy 2, Lowe 2, Hunt, Griffith). FT: 13-22. PF: 19.

Fairland (66) — Raines 13, Midkiff 11, Phillips 6, Campbell 4, Maddox 20, Flynn, Warner 2, Short 6, Beaty 2, Braye 2, Campbell. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Short 2, Raines 2, Midkiff). FT: 17-22. PF: 20.

GIRLS

Fairview 49

Phelps 32

WESTWOOD Mackenzie Humphrey tallied 17 points and Brittany Bell added 10 as Fairview had no trouble disposing of Phelps on Saturday night at Fairview High School.

Fairview (3-2) led 24-12 by halftime. The Lady Eagles go to Greenup County on Monday.

Phelps was led by Katlin Norman’s 15 points.

PHELPS    4    8    10    14    —    32

FAIRVIEW    12    12    12    13    —    49

Phelps (32) — Katlin Norman 15, Maynard 7, Francis 4, Dotson 4, Laudermilk 1, Doyle, Blankenship 1. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Norman 2, Maynard). FT: 11-20. PF: 18.

Fairview (49) — McPeek 2, Humphrey 17, Cornwell 5, Adkins 2, Mounts 2, Bell 10, Bohanna 4, Reynolds 7, Meeks, Thompson, Burton, Fraley. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Humphrey, Cornwell). FT: 11-22. PF: 19.

Rowan County 40

West Carter 30

OLIVE HILL Rowan County achieved a 10-point victory over West Carter on Saturday.

The Lady Vikings improved to 2-3, while West Carter dropped to 0-5.

FROM FRIDAY

Raceland 64

Fairview 36

WESTWOOD Raceland outscored Fairview 32-12 in the second half on its way to a 64-36 win on Friday night.

The Lady Rams were led by Krystal Keeton who picked up 22 points and had three 3-pointers in the game. She also had 15 rebounds.

Savannah Mackie added 13 for Raceland while Lacee Penix scored 10 for the Lady Rams.

Raceland got hot from the three-point line, scoring eight from behind the arc.

Fairview (2-2) had only one player in double figures in Brittany Bell, who scored 21 points.

Raceland moved to 2-3.

RACELAND    15    17    18    14    —    64

FAIRVIEW    13    11    6    6    —    36

Racleand (64) — Mackie 13, Keeton 22, Sipps 2, Cotton 5, Fritz 5, Vanderhoof 4, Penix 10, Delcourt 3, Fenney, Williams, Johnson, Bryan, Barker. FT: 12-22. 3-Pt. FG: 8 (Mackie 2, Keeton 3, Fritz, Penix, Delcourt).

Fairview (36) — McPeek 6, Bell 21, Bohanna 2, Reynolds 4, Mounts 2, Thompson 1, Mack, Humphrey, Cornwell, Adkins, Burton. FT: 10-25. 3-Pt. FG: None.

Sheldon Clark 58

Lawrence Co. 42

LOUISA Sheldon Clark benefited from an outstanding start to hand Lawrence County its first loss of the season on Friday night at Lawrence County High School.

The Lady Cardinals (2-1) have won two in a row since losing to Meade County to open the season.

Lawrence County is 2-1.

S. CLARK    19    16    15    8    —    58

LAWRENCE    8    6    19    9    —    42

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