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December 4, 2012

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Kittens see the three

SOUTH POINT — Staff report

SOUTH POINT Ashland continued its barrage of 3-pointers to begin the season.

The Kittens sank 10 long balls on their way to a 66-41 rout of South Point on Monday night.

Kaylyn Gambill drained five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 19 points. Alexis Robinson added 15 points as 11 different Kittens scored.

Aundrea Bradburn led South Point with 11 points.

Ashland forced the Lady Pointers into 31 turnovers. The Kittens (3-0) host Boyd County on Saturday.

ASHLAND    13    23    20    10    —    66

SOUTH POINT    13    3    12    13    —    41

Ashland (66) — Gambill 19, A. Robinson 15, Foutch 3, Cullop 2, Slone 3, Jones 6, Gunter 4, Young 9, Lane 2, M. Robinson 2, Hammond 1, Gransbery, Vanover. 3-Pt. FG: 10 (Gambill 5, A. Robinson 1, Slone 1, Jones 2, Gunter 1). FT: 12-18. PF: 17.

South Point (41) — Winkler 8, Hielman 4, Whaley 1, Rawling 3, Justice 4, Bacon 10, Bradburn 11, Lakin. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Bacon 2, Rawling 1, Winkler 2). FT: 7-18. PF: 15.

Ironton 54

Raceland 30

RACELAND The Lady Rams’ offense went frigid and Ironton took advantage on Monday.

Lexie Barrier scored 21 points to lead the Lady Tigers.

No one cracked double figures for the Lady Rams. Krystal Keeton racked up seven points.

IRONTON    14    18    15    7    —    54

RACELAND    8    2    8    12    —    30

Ironton (54) — Washington 6, Barrier 21, Hannan 2, Wise 2, Schweickart 12, Martin 6, Scott 1, McMackin 8, Hannah, Easterling, Murphy. 3-Pt. FG: 2 (Schweickart 2). FT: 9-17. PF: 20.

Raceland (30) — Mackie 4, Keeton 7, Sipps 3, Cotton 4, Fritz 3, Vanderhoof 4, Johnson 1, Penix 4, Delcourt, Feeney, Williams, Hutchinson, Flocker, Bryant. 3-Pt. FG: None. FT: 10-18. PF: 18.

Lawrence Co. 57

Paintsville 50

PAINTSVILLE Taylor Porter scored 23 points and Kara Kirk added 18 as Lawrence County held off Paintsville.

Porter also tallied three steals. Ashleigh Adkins contributed eight points and eight boards.

Kerrigan Sammons poured in 25 points to lead Paintsville.

LAWRENCE    16    11    10    20    —    57

PAINTSVILLE    10    12    12    16    —    50

Lawrence County (57) — Cyrus 0, Adkins 8, Hay 4, Kirk 18, Porter 23, Williamson 4, Fitch. 3-Pt. FG: 8 (Kirk 4, Porter 3, Williamson). FT: 9-13. PF: 19.

Paintsville (50) — Carroll 7, Baldwin 3, Trimble 0, Hansford 9, Sammons 25, Lemaster 1, Rice 2, Keeton 3. 3-Pt. FG: 5 (Baldwin, Hansford, Sammons 2, Keeton). FT: 13-25. PF: 16.

Ironton St. Joe 44

Fairview 30

IRONTON Freshman Jessica Meeks led Fairview with nine points, but the Lady Eagles struggled overall.

Ironton St. Joe (4-0) handed Fairview (2-1) its first loss of the season.

FAIRVIEW    6    6    8    10    —    30

IRON. ST. JOE    13    10    8    13    —    44

Fairview (30) — McPeek 6, Meeks 9, Mounts 7, Bohannon 2, Reynolds 6, Humphrey, Cornwell, Adkins, Burton, Bell, Fraley. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Mounts 1). FT: 3-10. PF: 17.

St. Joe (44) — Roach 2, Martin 6, Neal 20, H. Miller 14, Baker 2, M. Miller, Martin, Snowden. 3-Pt. FG: 1 (Neal 1). FT: 13-27. PF: 12.

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