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February 22, 2014

PREP ROUNDUP: West boys, East girls close out with wins

OLIVE HILL — West Carter used a huge second quarter to quickly erase an eight-point deficit on Friday night in the Comets’ final game of the regular season.

They prevailed over Richmond Model, 65-62, as four Comets scored in double figures.

Dalton Spurlock led West Carter (10-13) with 18 points. Jacob Layne had 17. Ben Jordan tallied 12 points, 12 boards and five blocks.

Tristan Mosbey recorded 10 points of his own, while Hayden Roe pulled down 10 rebounds.

Model, of the 11th Region, fell to 16-10 on the season.

West Carter takes on Elliott County in the first round of the 62nd District Tournament on Tuesday night at Morgan County High School.

W. CARTER    12    21    19    13    —    65

MODEL    20    11    16    15    —    62

West Carter (65) — Spurlock 18, B. Brown 3, Layne 17, Roe 5, Mosbey 10, Jordan 12, Hanshaw, D. Brown. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Layne 2, Mosbey 2, Spurlock). FT: 12-21. Fouls: 16.

Model (62) — Mason 21, Adams 11, Otieno 10, Rice-Gordon 11, Chen 3, Kincaid 4, Mohallatee 2, Agee, Thompson, Logue. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Otieno, Rice-Gordon). FT: 12-20. Fouls: 17.


E. Carter 75

Menifee Co. 36

GRAYSON East Carter hurried to a 26-3 lead by first quarter’s end en route to a convincing victory over Menifee County on Friday.

The Lady Raiders finished the regular season at 27-2. They face Morgan County on Monday at 6 p.m. in the 62nd District Tournament opening round.

Menifee County (12-14) squares off against Fleming County on Tuesday.

On Friday, it was all East Carter as 12 Lady Raiders found the scoring column. Ashley Bayes posted 12 points to lead all scorers.

MENIFEE CO.    3    12    9    12    —    36

E. CARTER    26    20    10    19    —    75

Menifee County (36) — Woodard 4, Baldwin 6, Dotson 9, Evans 6, Smallwood 2, Lawson 2, Back 7, Johnson. 3-Pt. FG: 3 (Dotson, Evans 2). FT: 9-13. Fouls: 6.

East Carter (75) — Mayo 11, Greenhill 5, Hall 10, Stickler 4, Stumbo 2, LImings 4, Damron 5, Pennington 10, Bayes 12, Brainard 4, Langstaff 2, Clarke 6, Jackson, Fraley. 3-Pt. FG: 6 (Greenhill, Hall 2, Damron, Pennington 2). FT: 5-9. Fouls: 12.

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