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December 11, 2012

Bath girls top Rowan

Lady Cats beat Lady Vikings for first time since 2001

OWINGSVILLE — Bath County’s girls basketball team defeated 61st District opponent Rowan County for the first time since 2001 on Monday night at Bath County High School.

The Lady Cats won 56-46 behind standout performances by Taylor Rogers and Sarah Price. Rogers tallied 20 points, three steals and two assists, while Price chipped in 11 points, grabbed 20 rebounds and totaled six blocks. Amber Martin added 12 points.

“I could not be happier, it’s a great win for our kids and our program,” said Bath County coach Troy Lee Thomas.

Bath County (2-4) held Rowan County (2-4) to 25 percent shooting.

ROWAN CO.    9    17    12    8    —    46

BATH CO.    14    15    13    14    —    56

Rowan County (46) — Plank 3, Bandura 11, F. Conn 7, T. Conn 8, Justus 7, Duff 5, Helvey 3, Purdy 2, Minor. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (T. Conn, Duff). FT: 20-26. PF: 20.

Bath County (56) — Rogers 20, Sparks 3, Martin 12, Price 11, Porter 5, Jamison 2, Howard 2, Walters 1, Leach. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Martin 3, Price). FT: 18-28. PF: 21.

Coal Grove 54

Raceland 45

RACELAND Krystal Keeton netted 17 points and had eight rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to propel Raceland to victory after the Lady Rams suffered from a slow start on Monday. Lacee Penix led the team with 10 rebounds.

COAL GROVE    17    17    6    14    —    54

RACELAND    6    14    9    16    —    45

Coal Grove (54) — Jones 4, Erwin 5, Fleming 7, Adkins 25, Collins 1, Fites 2, Hankin 10. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Adkins 2). FT: 18-29. PF: 15.

Raceland (45) — Keeton 17, Sipps 7, Cotton 2, Fritz 6, Vanderhoof 6, Delcourt 3, Penix 4, Mackie, Feeney, Johnson. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Delcourt). FT: 12-17. PF: 24.

Boyd County 78

Rose Hill 35

SUMMIT Several Lady Lions got in on the scoring as Boyd County cruised past Rose Hill on Monday.

Taylor Wheeler led the 4-1 Lady Lions with 14 points, while Alexis Lunsford contributed 13. Logan Fraley added 10.

Myriah Porter led Rose Hill with 14 points.

ROSE HILL    6    9    8    12    —    35

BOYD CO.    23    22    22    11    —    78

Rose Hill (35) — Porter 14, Crum 9, Brammer 6, Wehmeier 4, Sizemore 2, Steele, Grant, Fyffe. 3-Pt. FG: None. FT: 5-9. PF: 16.

Boyd County (78) — Wheeler 14, Fraley 10, Stewart 7, Kenser 9, Hu. Reeves 10, Ho. Reeves 5, Lunsford 13, Goins 6, Rose 6, Coburn. 3-Pt. FG: 10 (Wheeler, Fraley 2, Stewart, Hu. Reeves 2, Ho. Reeves, Lunsford 3). FT: 13-23. PF: 14.

Greenup County 75

Fairview 45

LLOYD Micah Leslie scored 19 points and Destiny Jones added 11 as Greenup County rolled Fairview on Monday.

Jones also had seven assists and four steals in a well-rounded effort.

Mackenzie Humphrey led Fairview (3-3) with 12 points.

Greenup County is 2-5.

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