Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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December 31, 2012

DISHING THE WEEKLY DIME: PG casts his spell

(Continued)

ASHLAND — Snyder’s Super Seven

BOYS

1. Fleming County (9-2)

2. Russell (10-4)

3. Ashland (9-3)

4. Morgan County (10-3)

5. Rowan County (5-6)

6. Boyd County (7-7)

7. Elliott County (6-5)

GIRLS

1. Ashland (8-2)

2. Boyd County (9-3)

3. East Carter (8-4)

4. Fleming County (6-5)

5. Bath County (6-5)

6. Lewis County (5-8)

7. Greenup County (9-7)

30-Point Club

Please forgive the Point Guard if he misses anyone here. Sometimes it’s difficult to spring back from vacation without a hiccup.

Over the past two weeks, the PG accounted for four different players hitting 30 points.

Bringing back a name from 30-Point Club past, Timmy Knipp saw one of his scoring records fall in the Raceland Derby Classic. Lewis County’s Brett Ruckel notched an eye-popping 40 points in a loss to Raceland, setting a single-game mark in the eighth annual tournament. The previous high was Knipp’s 38.

Ruckel also tallied 30 — 31, to be exact — in a close loss to Ryle this past week.

Russell’s Kyle Skaggs is averaging right at 30 points per game on the year. He tossed in 35 in an agonizing two-point loss to Harrison County. He later put in 30 against South Laurel in the AIT.

Russell classmate Hope Parsley netted 32 points in a Lady Devils’ defeat of Central Hardin.

Rose Hill’s Myriah Porter logged a career-high 33 points when the Lady Royals trounced Glenwood.

Tweet the PG

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Don’t forget!

Pick up a copy of Tuesday’s edition for a countdown of the top 10 sports stories of 2012.

AARON SNYDER can be reached at asnyder@dailyindependent.com or (606) 326-2664.

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