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February 2, 2014

East wins 14th in a row, 62-49

WEST LIBERTY — East Carter’s girls outscored Powell County 24-13 in the fourth quarter to post a 62-49 victory in the Morgan County Shootout on Saturday.

The Lady Raiders have won 14 consecutive games and 21 of 22 overall this season.

Point guard Kristen Mayo led East Carter in scoring with 20 points, followed by Megan Stickler (12) and Haley Hall (10).

Mayo and Hall each connected for two of the team’s six 3-pointers. The Lady Raiders play at Lewis County on Monday.

Powell County (15-7) was led by Keely Rogers with 21 points.

POWELL CO.           17    9    10      13     — 49

EAST CARTER         18    9    11      24       —  62

Powell Co. (49) — Lindon 6, Curtis 10, Rogers 21, Spencer 2, Peck 10. FT: 21-25. 3-point FGs: 0. PF: 19.

East Carter (62) — Mayo 20, Greenhill 6, Hall 10, Stickler 12, Stumbo 7, Limings 1, Damron 3, Pennington 3. FT: 22-32. 3-point FGs: 6 (Mayo 2, Hall 2, Stickler, Damron). PF: 18.

Rose Hill 47

Ports. East 36

ASHLAND Senior Kirsten Wehmeier’s double-double helped lead Rose Hill Christian past Portsmouth East.

Wehmeier finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds as the Lady Royals picked up their fourth win of the season, surpassing last season’s total.

Myriah Porter supplied 13 points and eight assists in the winning cause, while Paige Brammer added 10 points.

Rose Hill got off to a strong start with 17 first-quarter points.

PORTS. EAST    9    8    8    11      —  36

ROSE HILL    17    9    9    12       —   47

Portsmouth East (36) — Russell 6, Frautschy 2, Carver 2, Meadows 5, Lockart 2, Dingis 5, Brown 14. FT: 3-7. 3-point FGs: 3 (Russell, Dingis, Brown). PF: 21.

Rose Hill (47) — Porter 13, Wehmeier 14, Brammer 10, Crum 6, Steele 2, Sizemore. FTs: 13-26. 3-point FGs: 0. PF: 9.

BOYS

South Point 67

Boyd Co. 65

SOUTH POINT, Ohio South Point’s Brandon Boggs made the winning basket as time expired to withstand a Boyd County comeback.

The Lions trailed by 14 points after three quarters before rallying for 28 points in the final period.

Conner Gauze scored 18, Tristan Burgess 11 and Bobby Anderson 19 for Boyd County.

South Point’s Brandon Barnes finished with a game-high 20 points.

   

BOYD CO.    14    12    11      28      —   65

SOUTH POINT    15    19    17       16  —   67

Boyd County (65) — Black 5, Anderson 10, Griffith 6, Burgess 11, Gauze 18, Meade 8, Mullins 2, Rowsey 3, Preece 2. FT: 14-17. 3-point FGs: 5 (Anderson 2, Burgess 2, Rowsey). PF: 17.

South Point (67) — Johnson 14, Harlow 6, Barnes 20, Foley 13, Ketron 10, Brandon Boggs 4. FT: 6-11. 3-point FGs: 7 (Barnes 3, Johnson 2, Foley 2). PF: 17.   

West Carter 63

Fairview 40

OLIVE HILL  Ben Jordan, a 6-foot-8 freshman, collected 15 points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots to pace West Carter past Fairview.

Jacob Layne scored 13 points for the Comets (6-11), who pulled away in the second half.

Fairview (3-15) got 17 points from sophomore guard Antwan Washington.

 

FAIRVIEW              4    12    12       12     —  40

WEST CARTER      10    11    17       25      —  63

Fairview (40) — Carroll 6, Smith 2, McIntyre 2, Donothan 1, Washington 17, Romine 5, Hightower 5, Johnson 2. FT: 12-24. 3-point FGs: 2 (Washington, Hightower). PF: 19.

West Carter (63) — Spurlock 4, B. Brown 3, Hanshaw 5, Shaffer 2, D. Brown 3, Layne 13, Rowe 9, Mosbey 9, Jordan 15. FT: 16-24. 3-point FGs: 5 (Hanshaw, D. Brown, Layne 2, Mosbey). PF: 19.

FRIDAY

Boyd County 64

Fairland 62

HUNTINGTON Boyd County withstood a Fairland rally to win Friday’s nightcap game of the Huntington Invitational at Big Sandy Superstore Arena.

Boyd County led by 10 points inside the two-minute mark, but Fairland’s Evan Maddox sank three free throws and then made a 3-pointer to slice the Lions’ lead to 63-62 with 19 seconds remaining.

The Dragons had an opportunity to take the lead following a Boyd County turnover, but missed a shot under the basket. The Lions’ Conner Gauze grabbed the rebound and made one of two free throws.

Maddox, who scored a game-high 20 points, fired up a 60-footer that bounced off the rim at the buzzer.

Gauze and Tristan Burgess each scored 13 points for Boyd County. Bobby Anderson added 11.

BOYD COUNTY       14    17    15    18       —  64

FAIRLAND              17    10    10    25       —   62

Boyd County (64) — Black 7, Anderson 11, Griffith 7,  Burgess 13, Gauze 13, Meade 9,  Mullins 1, Rowsey 3.  FT: 16-35. 3-point FGs: 4 (Burgess 2, Black, Rowsey). PF: 15.

Fairland (62) — Flynn 5, Chance Short 18, Warner 3, Phillips 10, N. Campbell 2, Evan Maddox 20, T.Campbell 6. FT: 11-14. 3-point FGs: 3 (Flynn, Short, Maddox). PF: 22.

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