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February 10, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: West Carter nips Raceland

RACELAND — Kyle Brown poured in a game-high 29 points and West Carter sank its free throws to put away Raceland, 52-49, on Saturday night.

The Comets (8-15) hit 18 of 20 foul shots compared to Raceland’s 2 of 6 to account for a key difference. Brown was 10 for 10 from the charity stripe. He had 16 boards.

Connor Messer led the Rams (10-14) with 22 points.

W. CARTER    14    12    12    14    —    52

RACELAND    2    18    13    16    —    49

West Carter (52) — Nunley 1, Black 5, Layne 7, Mitchell 10, K. Brown 29, Spurlock, B. Brown, Gee, Roe, Jordan. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (K. Brown 3, Layne). FT: 18-20. PF: 13.

Raceland (49) — Messer 22, Adams 2, Valencourt 2, Blair 12, Dixon 2, Pennington 2, Kelly 5, Morris 2, Young, Christian, Blankenship, Brown. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Kelly). FT: 2-6. PF: 15.

GIRLS

Boyd County 63

West Carter 40

SUMMIT Three Lady Lions cracked into double figures, with Taylor Wheeler pacing them past West Carter on Saturday at Boyd County Middle School.

Wheeler notched 22 points, Logan Fraley had 14 and Caitlin Coburn 11.

Brooke Callihan and Brooke Adkins had 11 points apiece for West (10-14).

Boyd County (19-7) also got nine rebounds from Emily Stewart.

W. CARTER    2    11    16    11    —    40

BOYD CO.    16    17    17    13    —    63

West Carter (40) — Adkins 11, Buckler 4, Zeigler 1, Callihan 11, Berry 12, Centers 1. 3-Pt. FG: 8 (Adkins 3, Callihan, Berry 4). FT: 4-8. PF: 10.

Boyd Couny (63) — Stewart 5, Wheeler 22, Fraley 14, Hu. Reeves 3, Coburn 11, Goins 2, Kenser 6, Hou. Reeves, Lunsofrd, A. Stewart, Murphy. 3-Pt. FG: 9 (E. Stewart, Wheeler, Fraley 3, Hu. Reeves, Coburn 3). FT: 10-14. PF: 10.

East Carter 82

Menifee Co. 46

FRENCHBURG Kelsey Stumbo scored 14 points, Megan Stickler 12, Bryana Greenhill 11 and Haley Hall 10 as East Carter (21-5) coasted past Menifee County (12-10).

EAST CARTER    24    13    27    18    —    82

MENIFEE CO.    11    12    13    10    —    46

East Carter (82) — Mayo 5, Greenhill 11, Stickler 12, Stumbo 14, Steele 10, Gee 3, Pennington 2, Hall 10, Damron 3, Bayes 8, Brainard 2, Boggs 2, Thornberry. 3-Pt. FG: 6 (Greenhill 3, Stickler, Hall, Damron). FT: 7-13. PF: 22.

Menifee County (46) — Warren 17, Lane 6, Woodard 14, Maynard 4, Baldwin 3, Back 2, Dodson, Smallwood. 3-Pt. FG: 4 (Warren 3, Woodard). FT: 16-28. PF: 14.

Rose Hill 72

Riverside 45

ASHLAND Myriah Porter had 25 points as Rose Hill (4-20) beat Riverside (0-18).

RIVERSIDE    8    18    11    8    —    45

ROSE HILL    10    20    30    12    —    72

Rose Hill stats— Porter 25, Brammer 11, Crum 8, Wehmeier 6, Steele 2, Sizemore 10, Fyffe 4, Sparks 6, Grant, Keating. 3-Pt. FG: None. FT: 4-7. PF: 9.

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