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February 25, 2013

DISHING THE WEEKLY DIME: Coach look-alike locks up an Oscar

(Continued)

ASHLAND — Snyder's Final

Super Seven

BOYS

1. Fleming County (25-6)

2. Russell (25-7)

3. Ashland (22-9)

4. Morgan County (22-7)

5. Boyd County (21-11)

6. Rowan County (18-13)

7. Lewis County (15-14)

GIRLS

1. Ashland (22-6)

2. Boyd County (24-8)

3. East Carter (24-7)

4. Fleming County (19-10)

5. Lewis County (17-12)

6. Rowan County (15-14)

7. Russell (14-16)

30-Point Club

Boyd County senior Austin Hunt joined the club with flashy numbers. He scored 30 points on 11-of-14 shooting in the Lions' win over Fairview in the opening round of the 64th District Tournament.

The PG plans to do the math for next week's “Dime.” I’ll have the breakdown of who (and how many times) made it into the club this season.

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Noteworthy

Covington Catholic beat Holmes on a buzzer-beating halfcourt shot by Nick Ruthsatz in the 35th District title game. CovCath won 73-72.

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

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