Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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January 22, 2013

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SUMMIT — Ashland 72

Wheelersburg 35

WHEELERSBURG, Ohio Ashland forced 29 turnovers and picked up a win on Monday at Wheelersburg.

Haley Sue Foutch led the way for the Kittens on 8 of 10 shooting to nab a game-high 19 points.

Kaylyn Gambill hit five of Ashland seven 3-pointers to add 17 points. Alexis Robinson scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds and picked five assists in the win.

Ashland (14-4) is in action again Friday when it plays at Fairview.

ASHLAND    20    18    20    14    —    72

WHEELERSBURG    7    10    8    10    —    35

Ashland (72) — Gambill 17, A. Robinson 11, Foutch 19, Cullop 6, Jones 2, Gunter 7, Layne 2, Gransberry 2, Roberts 2, Slone 4, Vanover, M. Robinson. FT: 7-8. 3-PT FG: 7 (Gambill 5, A. Robinson, Gunter).

Wheelersburg (35) — Bays 3, White 4, Smith 11, Proehl 6, Willis 2, Holden 3, Stegman 2, Saylers 2, Jarvis 2, Adams, Dempsey. FT: 7-15. 3-PT FG: 0.

Boyd County 78

Rose Hill 30

SUMMIT Boyd County got out to a 25-4 first quarter lead and didn’t look back on Monday night.

Every Boyd County player who saw time on Monday scored, as the Lady Lions had four players in double-digit scoring.

Morgan Kenser (13), Taylor Wheeler (12), Alexis Lunsford (10) and Hunter Reeves (10) led Boyd County.

Rose Hill’s Myriah Porter led the game’s scoring with 17 points.

BOYD COUNTY    25    19    23    11    —    78

ROSE HILL    4    9    13    4    —    30

Boyd County (78) — Stewart 4, Hou. Reeves 5, Wheeler 12, Fraley 9, Lunsford 10, Hu. Reeves 10, Coburn 6, Goins 4, Kenser 13, Stewart 5. FT: 7-16. 3-PT FG:7 (Hou. Reeves, Fraley 3, Lunsford 2, Hu. Reeves.)

Rose Hill (30) — Porter 17, Brammer 2, Crum 5, Grant 2, Wehmeier 4, Steele, Sizemore, Fife, Sparks, Keating. FT: 1-1. 3-PT FG: 1 (Crum).

Bath County 58

Bourbon County 54

OWINGSVILLE For the first time in school history Bath County defeated Bourbon County on Monday at home.

Freshman Sarah Price picked up 10 points, 17 rebounds and seven blocks to lead the Lady Cougars to a win after losing two straight.

Amber Martin (15), Tayler Rogers (14) and Sierra Sparks (12) were all in double figures for the Lady Cougars.

Bath County (10-6) is back in action again on Thursday, when it hosts Berea.

BOURBON CO.    11    17    14    12    —    54

BATH CO.     6    20    14    18    —    58

Bourbon County (54) — Byars 6, Sparks 2, Garza 2, Stamper 8, Hilander 3, Sims 24, Arnold 2, Chenault 7, Rankin, Machal. FT: 12-26. 3-PT FG: 2 (Stamper 2).

Bath County (58) — Rogers 14, Porter 3, Price 10, Sparks 12, Martin 15, Jamison 2, Walters 2, Leach, Howard. FT: 21-33. 3-PT FG: 5 (Martin 4, Sparks).


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