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December 11, 2012

Bath girls top Rowan

Lady Cats beat Lady Vikings for first time since 2001

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OWINGSVILLE — FAIRVIEW    9    9    12    15    —    45

GREENUP CO.    24    23    16    12    —    75

Fairview (45) — McPeek 10, Humphrey 12, Adkins 4, Mounts 10, Bell 2, Reynolds 7, Thompson, Bohanna, Cornwell, Fraley. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Humphrey, Mounts). FT: 13-31. PF: 14.

Greenup County (75) — Leslie 19, Jones 11, Campbell 4, Steele 3, Webb 21, Adams 2, Valandingham 2, Thompson 5, Hunt 2, Burton 2, Grizzle, Pope, Claire, Lacy, Quillen. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Leslie 2, Jones 3, Webb, Thompson). FT: 16-23. PF: 24.

Russell 69

Prestonsburg 27

RUSSELL Hope Parsley and Arden Gross cracked double figures as Russell routed Prestonsburg on Monday.

Parsley had 14 points and Gross had 10. Russell forced 32 turnovers in the game on its way to a 3-2 record.

PRESTONSBURG    8    6    10    3    —    27

RUSSELL    28    17    17    7    —    69

Prestonsburg (27) — Meadows 6, Hall 1, Jarvis 13, Endicott 7, Rainey, Collins, Marshall, Johnson, Kidd. 3-Pt. FG: None. FT: 3-6. PF: 12.

Russell (69) — Gross 10, Parsley 14, Berry 9, Huddleston 9, Carter 6, Ma. Darnell 8, Mc. Darnell 2, Harrison 6, Thompson 3, Hanson 2, Maynard. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Gross, Berry, Ma. Darnell 2, Harrison 2, Thompson). FT: 10-16. PF: 9.

BOYS

Magoffin Co. 63

Lawrence Co. 60

LOUISA Magoffin County edged Lawrence County on Monday night after the Bulldogs failed a three-point attempt as time expired.

Brandon Richardson led the Bulldogs with 17 points. Robert Dalton added 14.

MAGOFFIN    11    17    13    22    —    63

LAWRENCE    14    9    23    14    —    60

Magoffin County (63) — Howard 22, Russell 15, Pitts 24, Hall 2, Bowman, Lovely, Whitaker. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Howard 5, Russell 2). FT: 16-20. PF: 13.

Lawrence County (60) — Chaffins 8, Richardson 17, Kiser 9, R. Dalton 14, Cyrus 4, T. Dalton 8, Wallen, Prince, Wellman. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Chaffins, R. Dalton, Richardson 2, Kiser, T. Dalton 2). FT: 9-13. PF: 17.

Boyd County 96

Rose Hill 32

SUMMIT Fourteen different Lions scored as Boyd County blew out Rose Hill on Monday.

The Lions (2-2) outscored the Royals 27-4 in the first quarter alone. Stefano Vaghi led Boyd County in scoring with 13 points. Jesse Wallace added 12.

ROSE HILL    4    4    14    10    —    32

BOYD CO.    27    32    21    16    —    96

Rose Hill (32) — Dudding 2, Senters 2, Thomas 14, Meredith 7, Hamilton 7, Wilcox, Daniel, Cherry. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Meredith, Hamilton). FT: 0-2. PF: 14.

Boyd County (96) — Hunt 10, Wallace 12, Stacy 4, Taylor 2, Lowe 6, Griffith 7, Anderson 3, Burgess 9, Meade 7, Mullins 8, Vaghi 13, Gauze 4, Rowsey 8, Preece 3. 3-Pt. FG: 9 (Lowe 2, Rowsey 2, Hunt, Griffith, Anderson, Meade, Vaghi). FT: 11-19. PF: 7.

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