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January 29, 2014

PREP ROUNDUP: Lawrence wins wild one over Magoffin, 78-73

LOUISA — Magoffin County buried 3-pointers left and right, and the Hornets had Lawrence County on the ropes in the 57th District showdown on Tuesday.

The Bulldogs (13-7) went off for 31 points in the fourth quarter to erase a seven-point deficit, winning 78-73 at Lawrence County High School.

Austin Chaffins scored 11 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter. Timmy Dalton added nine in the frame, as did Brandon Richardson to help Lawrence County avoid the upset.

Jeffery Bolen led Magoffin County (10-9) with 21 points. Jaren Lovely added 19. The Hornets drained 11 total from long range.

Robert Dalton scored a game-high 22 points for Lawrence County. Timmy Dalton had 19, Austin Chaffins 18 and Brandon Richardson 14.

Lawrence County travels to Russell tonight.

MAGOFFIN    15    18    21    19    —    73

LAWRENCE    14    21    12    31    —    78

Magoffin County (73) — Lovely 19, Bolen 21, Pitts 16, Russell 15, Teeters 2, Isaac, Hensley. 3-Pt. FG: 11 (Lovely 3, Bolen 3, Pitts 2, Russell 3). FT: 6-8. Fouls: 14.

Lawrence County (78) — T. Dalton 19, Chaffins 18, Kiser 5, R. Dalton 22, Richardson 14, Ratliff, Moore. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (T. Dalton, Chaffins 2, Richardson 2). FT: 23-30. Fouls: 10.

Ironton St. Joe 57

Fairview 44

WESTWOOD Ironton St. Joe opened the second half on a 7-0 run and didn’t stop there as the Flyers defeated Fairview on Tuesday at Fairview High School.

St. Joe (9-7) got a game-best 14 points from Troy Scott. Wolfe Goheen chipped in 13.

Fairview (3-13) was led by Antwan Washington and Andrew Carroll, who each had 13 points.

IRON. ST. JOE    12    11    18    16    —    57

FAIRVIEW    9    15    11    9    —    44

Ironton St. Joe (57) — Pemberton 9, Goheen 13, Lewis 5, Scott 14, Payton 3, Williams 5, Young 6, McGraw 2. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Pemberton 3, Goheen 2, Payton, Williams). FT: 4-7.

Fairview (44) — Washington 13, Smith 5, Roy 5, Carroll 13, Hightower 5, Romine 2, McIntyre 1. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Washington, Smith, Carroll). FT: 5-9.

West Carter 64

Bath Co. 40

OLIVE HILL Ben Jordan notched 20 points and Dalton Spurlock threw in 16 as West Carter easily handled Bath County on Tuesday night at West Carter.

Jacob Layne contributed 11 points and nine rebounds. Jordan tallied eight boards. The Comets improved to 5-11.

Bath County (6-16) got 13 points from J.T. Ratliff and 12 from Blake Maze.

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