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February 19, 2014

PREP ROUNDUP: Boyd girls rout Raceland on Senior Night

SUMMIT — The Lady Lions jumped out to an early lead, hitting five 3-pointers during a 20-2 first-quarter run, and cruised to a 57-35 victory over Raceland in the first game of a boys-girls doubleheader on Tuesday night.

Senior Taylor Wheeler graced the floor at Boyd County Middle School for the final time in her stellar career. She scored 12 points in her last home game. Logan Fraley drilled four from long range and led the Lady Lions with 14.

The Boyd County defense produced 12 steals and forced 22 Raceland turnovers.

The Lady Lions was lethal from deep-connecting on 11 from beyond the arc, seven coming in the first half.

Savannah Mackie scored 12 for the Lady Rams. Krystal Keeton chipped in with 10.

Boyd County improves to 19-8. Raceland falls to 8-15.

RACELAND     8    7    5    15    —    35

BOYD CO     23    12    15    7    —    57

Raceland (35) — Penix 2, Vanderhoof, Mackie 12, Cotton 4, Keeton 8, Johnson, Fritz 2, Fenney, Bryant, Grubb 6, Sipps, Hutchinson, Williams, Flocker 1. FT: 2-2. 3-PT FG: 4-13 (Mackie 2, Grubb2) PF: 16. Fouled Out: None. Turnovers: 22.

Boyd County (57) — Reeves 6, T. Wheeler 12, Fraley 14, Lunsford 8, Goins 1, S. Wheeler 8, Caldwell, Lynch, Shavers 2, Lee, Mayfield 6. FT: 8-16. 3-PT FG: 11-25 (Reeves 2, Fraley 4, Lunsford 2, S. Wheeler, Mayfield 2) PF: 12. Fouled Out: None. Turnovers: 14.

Bath Co. 69

Bryan Station 57

OWINGSVILLE Shae Sparks poured in a career-best 23 points, including a 15-for-19 effort from the foul line, as Bath County beat Bryan Station on Tuesday.

Tayler Rogers added 15 points and nine assists. Sarah Price tallied 18 points, 13 rebounds and seven blocks.

Lakeysha Stennis led Bryan Station (8-13) with 29 points.

Bath County (15-8) travels to Greenup County on Thursday.

B. STATION    7    17    19    19    —    57

BATH CO.    18    16    17    18    —    69

Bryan Station (57) — Elery 4, Seals 8, Stennis 29, Cozart 10, White 4, Smith 1, Hardin 2, Williams. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Stennis 3, Cozart). FT: 13-25. Fouls: 15.

Bath County (69) — Sparks 23, Rogers 15, Price 18, Porter 8, Howard 2, Flowers 3, Walters, Jamison. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Sparks 2, Price, Porter 2). FT: 26-33. Fouls: 18.

BOYS

Bath Co. 74

Fairview 58

OWINGSVILLE Blake Maze made the most of Senior Night for Bath County, racking up 34 points as the five Wildcat seniors celebrated a convincing win over Fairview on Tuesday.

Twenty-nine of Maze’s total tally came in the first half.

Bath County (7-21) pulled ahead by as many as 22 points in the first half. Fairview made a 19-6 surge in the second half to cut the deficit to three with 5:28 to go. The Wildcats took control from there.

Fairview (3-20) was led by Alex Roy’s 24 points. Andrew Carroll contributed 22.

FAIRVIEW    13    10    23    12    —    58

BATH CO.    15    28    9    22    —    74

Fairview (58) — Carroll 22, Roy 24, Smith 4, Hightower 6, Romine 2, Delong, Johnson, Donathon, McIntyre, Wenzel. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Carroll 2). FT: 8-13. Fouls: 18.

Bath County (74) — Maze 34, Becraft 9, Thornton 6, Mynhier 3, Hodge 2, Rogers 4, Ratliff 5, Messer 11, Johnson, Mitchell. 3-Pt. FG: 7 (Maze 3, Mynhier, Rogers, Messer 2). FT: 15-22. Fouls: 20.

FROM MONDAY

Raceland 61

Rose Hill 23

RACELAND The Rams had control from the start as they cruised on Monday.

Tyler Morris notched 12 points to lead Raceland.

Rose Hill got 11 points from Cameron Thomas.

ROSE HILL    7    1    6    9    —    23

RACELAND    18    19    16    8    —    61

Rose Hill (23) — Owens 2, Daniels 2, Hamilton 7, Daniels 1, Thomas 11.  3-Pt. FG: 1 (Thomas). FT: 4-14. Fouls 10.

Raceland (61) —  Bressler 6, Braden 6, Adams 5, Christian 3, Howard 2, Davidson 7, Blair 8, Mills 1, Kelly 6, Morris 12. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Kelly 2, Morris 1, Adams 1). FT: 7-13. Fouls 14.

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