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December 15, 2012

Boyd falls to Huntington St. Joe in Classic

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SUMMIT — Huntington Prep 61

Walnut Hills 54

Kentucky Blue surrounded Boyd County Middle School as Huntington Prep continued its tear with a win over Cincinnati Walnut Hills.

No. 1 high school prospect, and Kentucky recruit, Andrew Wiggins was on full display for Huntington Prep. He scored 32 points on 61-percent shooting.

The highly touted prospect had a double-double with 10 rebounds, including two putback dunks that brought a lot of blue-clad fans to their feet.

Ohio University signee D.J. Wingfield led Walnut Hills with 17 points, while Akron signee Isaiah Johnson had 17 points as well.

Huntington Prep will play against Arlington Country Day of Jacksonville, Fla., tonight at 7.

WALNUT HILLS    15    7    10    22    —    54

HUNTINGTON PREP    17    14    14    16    —    61

Walnut Hills (54) — Wingfield 17, Johnson 17, Burton 2, Irby 2, Hill 2, Jackson 8, Gilmore 6, Brown, Tyson. FT: 5-9. 3-PT FG: 3 (Gilmore 2, Wingfield).

Huntington Prep (61) — Wiggins 32, Gill-Ceasar 8, Rathan-Mayes 8, Landry 2, Woodson 7, Kingsley 4, Strake. FT: 10-18. 3-PT FG: 3 (Wiggins 2, Rathan-Mayes).

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