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December 10, 2013

Lady Raiders win handily in EKC semifinal

MOREHEAD — East Carter’s girls romped past Greenup County 73-37 in the Eastern Kentucky Conference Tournament semifinals on Monday night at Rowan County High School.

Haley Hall scored 17 points, followed by Bryana Greenhill and Megan Stickler with 12 apiece. In all, 11 players got into the scoring column for the Lady Raiders (3-0).

East Carter outscored the Lady Musketeers 19-9 in the second quarter for a 15-point halftime lead.

Micah Leslie had nine points to lead Greenup County (2-1).  

GREENUP CO.    11    9    11    6    —    37

EAST CARTER    16    19    14    22    —    73

Greenup County (37) — Leslie 9, Moore 5, Campbell 4, Hunt 2, Webb 5, Vanlandingham 8, Thompson 4. PF: 9. Fouled out: None. FT: 12-24. 3-point FGs: 1 (Leslie).

East Carter (73) — Mayo 9, Greenhill 12, Hall 17, Stickler 12, Stumbo 5, Limings 4, Pennington 2, Bays 1, Brainard 7, Langstaff 2, Clarke 2. PF: 19. Fouled out: None. FT: 7-14. 3-point FGs: 6 (Mayo 2, Hall, Stickler, Stumbo, Brainard).

Russell 51

West Carter 47

Shelby Huddleston, Hannah Carter and Lexi Berry each scored 11 points as Russell edged West Carter in a consolation game of the EKC Tournament.

 For West Carter (0-4), Lexie Berry scored 16 including three 3-pointers and Stacey Easterling had 11 points.

RUSSELL    8    13    13    15    —    51

WEST CARTER    11    12    10    14    —    47

Russell (51) — Sparks 3, Mad. Darnell 9, Mac. Darnell 2, Berry 11, Huddleston 11, Jachimczuk 4, Carter 11. PF: 25. FT: 23-32. 3-point FGs: 4 (Sparks, Berry, Carter 2).

West Carter (47) — Reynolds 3, Adkins 4, Berry 16, S. Easterling 11, Evans 6, M. Berry 5, B. Easterling 2. PF: 24. FT: 18-38. 3-point FGs: 3 (L. Berry 3).

Raceland 48

Coal Grove 37

COAL GROVE Raceland improved to 2-1 with a win over Coal Grove (1-2).

Krystal Keeton and Lacee Penix each scored 11 points for the Lady Rams, followed by Savannah Cotton with 10.

Keeton also grabbed seven rebounds.

Coal Grove’s Jacy Jones finished with a game-high 16 points. Teammate Leah Crum added 12.

RACELAND    9    12    8    19    —    48

COAL GROVE    10    7    5    15    —    37

Raceland (48) — Keeton 11, Penix 11, Cotton 10, Mackie 9, Vanderhoof 5, Sipps 2. PF: 8. FT: 12-18. 3-point FGs: 6 (Keeton 2, Mackie 2, Penix, Vanderhoof).

Coal Grove (37) — Jones 16, Crum 12, Mulkey 5, Sites 2, Willis 2. PF: 13. FT: 1-8. 3-point FGs: 8 (Jones 4, Crum 4).

 

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