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January 8, 2018

 

LC 62, Betsy Layne 59

Louisa, Ky. -- Lawrence Co. ( 6-12 ) avenged an earlier defeat to even their 58th District record at 1-1 with a 62-59 victory Friday night over Betsy Layne ( 6-8 ) at the Dawg House.


Tyler Maynard paced the Bulldogs with 24 points and 9 rebounds, Cody Maynard tallied 16 points, Chase Sartin chipped in with 9 points, Lucas Maynard had 6 points and 5 boards, Noah Fairchild finished with 6 points, and Alex Ratliff had 1 point.

The Dawgs hit 3 three pointers and went 9-18 from the line.

 

Dawg Sophomore Tyler Maynard had 47 points in two games last week against Raceland and Betsy Layne.Dawg Sophomore Tyler Maynard had 47 points in two games last week against Raceland and Betsy Layne.

Raceland 72, LC 48

Worthington, Ky. -- Last Tuesday night Lawrence Co. traveled to Raceland and fell 72-48 as the Rams hit almost 65% from the field. The Dawgs would trail by 20 after the first quarter.

Lawrence Co. Junior Noah Fairchild playing defense against Raceland. Lawrence Co. Junior Noah Fairchild playing defense against Raceland. Tyler Maynard had 23 points and 6 rebounds, Chase Sartin chipped in with 7 points, Baden Gillispie tallied 6 points including the only three pointer the Bulldogs would hit, Noah Fairchild had 4 points and 7 boards, Alex Ratliff, Weston Hardin and Cody Maynard had 2 points each. LCHS hit 11-19 from the line.

Lawrence Co. will have two home games this week as the host Shelby Valley on Tuesday night and Tolsia on Saturday night.


Bulldog Head Coach Travis York

COACH'S COMMENTS

“... It was a tough District game and we needed it.”

 

 

January 8, 2018

Opening day of the 2018 RISEabove basketball league was a day of great games, family fun, and it even included one buzzer beater in overtime. The stands were full of fans all day and the court was full of players who gave it their all. See below for team and player scores.

Tip-off of the first ever women's basketball game in RISEabove history.Tip-off of the first ever women's basketball game in RISEabove history.

 

MEN’S GAME 1:

Legends 69, Dawg Pound 49

Legends: Robert Dalton 24, Brandon Richardson 14, Chad Rose 7, Blake Prince 6, Dave Balaklaw 5, Bryan Short 4, Bobby Keeton 4, Ronald Young 2, Josh Ratliff 2

Dawg Pound: Brandon Lafferty 20, Brady Horn 14, Steven Howell 8, Bobby Hale 7

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MEN’S Game 2:

401K 55, GoonSquad 54

401K: James 15, Kenny Ferguson 10, Tony Hinkle 9, Zach Cantrell 9*, Cody Prince 8, JonJon 3, John Salmons 1

GoonSquad: Mark Keller 11, Austin Brewer 9, Josh Green 8, Alex Anderson 7, Jason Hinkle 6, Dustin Sanders 6, Phil Beatty 3

*To see Zach Cantrell’s AWESOME BUZZER BEATER click below!

https://www.facebook.com/100011331981905/videos/682784888775904/?id=100011331981905

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MEN’S GAME 3:

Beast Mode 91, Honey Badgers 88

Beast Mode: Cole Crace 39, Jeff Nezbeth 17, Jordan Nezbeth 17, Chase Kincaid 16, Lonnie Fletcher 2

Honey Badgers: Austin Chaffins 43, Justin Moore 12, Tanner Black 12, Josh Wilks 9, Jason Crisp 4, Josh Powers 2

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MEN’S GAME 4:

Twin City Bucks 60, Magoffin Monstars 27

Twin City Bucks: Jordan Johnson 17, Kenny Muncy 12, Jacob Copley 12, Wade Skaggs 8, Cody Jude 6, Mark Doss 3, Cody Duvall 2

Magoffin Monstars: Jacob Isaac 10, Eric Arnett 7, Jason Arnett 4, Tyler Hunley 3, Brandon Russell 3

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MEN’S GAME 5:

Forfeit 93, Average Joe’s 66

Forfeit: Michael Smith 50, Aaron Cooper 13, Jason Hensley 10, David Aseidu 10, Paul Maynard 8, Courtney Gillman 2

Average Joe’s: Alex Gilliam 20, Timmy Gillispie 16, Derek Hinkle 12, Daniel ward 10, Aaron Montgomery 4, Jason Brown 3, Alex Parsley 3

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MEN’S GAME 6:

50 Shades of Gray Hair 79, Pippen Ain’t Easy 42

50 Shades of Gray Hair: Marty Marcum 17, Adam Brown 15, Ed Dixon 13, Matt Brown 11, Coty Johnson 7, Zach Pritchard 6, Mike Murriell 6, Kylen Webb 2, Travis York 2

Pippen Ain’t Easy: Doug Ison 15, Shawn Cook 10, Cameron Little 10, Morgan Mills 6, Cody Howell 1

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WOMEN’S GAME 1:

Holler Ballers 62, Storm 22

Holler Ballers: Jordyn Harless 21, Kim Wells 16, Bri May 16, Ashley Bush 7, Terri Mullins 2

Storm: Brittany Kitts 7, Erica Webb 7, Angela Null 5, Jessie Wells 3

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WOMEN’S GAME 2:

Sky 54, Double Dribblers 21

Sky: Courtney Gillman 18, Mary Bowen 9, Rachel Sammons 9, Brook Andrews 8, Cassandra Jarrell 5, Nikki Dillon 3, Latasha Nichols 2

Double Dribblers: Lisa Nelson 14, Kayla Hickman 3, Katie Arrington 3, Kindra Howard 2

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TOP MEN’S SCORERS

  1. Michael Smith - 50
  2. Austin Chaffins 43
  3. Cole Crace 39
  4. Robert Dalton 24
  5. Brandon Lafferty 20, Alex Gilliam 20

 

TOP WOMEN’S SCORERS

  1. Jordyn Harless 21
  2. Courtney Gillman 18
  3. Kim Wells 16, Bri May 16
  4. Lisa Nelson 14
  5. Mary Bowen 9, Rachel Sammons 9

 

“Today was yet another first for RISEabove. We are thrilled to have stepped into the arena of women’s basketball. We are very pleased with the great turnout in both the women’s division and the men’s division. My favorite part of the day was looking in the stands and seeing all the grandparents moms, dads, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, and friends who came out to watch their loved ones play.”

 

  • Matt Brown, RISEabove Chairman of the Board and Basketball League Director

 

January 7, 2018

 

Ashland, Ky. -- The Fallburg basketball team went 4-1 on Saturday as the Dragons came out of the losers bracket and overcame a big earlier loss to capture the Rose Hill invitational tournament held at Rose Hill Christian school.

After falling into the losers bracket with a 29 point defeat against Rose Hill, the Dragons showed tremendous fight in the championship game and got revenge against the Royals as Fallsburg walked away with a 35-29 victory to bring home the hardware to Lawrence Co.


Fallburg Dragons after winning the Rose Hill invitational

 

Coach left: Paul Chapman  Coach Right: Josh Reed Front left to right in back: Joseph Fields (manager), Brayden Coffey, Ethan Horn, William Copley. From Left to right front: Walker Scott, Andrew Bloomfield, Gunnar Woods, Logan Spurlock, Ryder Brown, Ryan Marcum, Ethan Chapman (B Team supporter), Cameron ChristianCoach left: Paul Chapman Coach Right: Josh Reed Front left to right in back: Joseph Fields (manager), Brayden Coffey, Ethan Horn, William Copley. From Left to right front: Walker Scott, Andrew Bloomfield, Gunnar Woods, Logan Spurlock, Ryder Brown, Ryan Marcum, Ethan Chapman (B Team supporter), Cameron Christian

Fallburg 42 Carter Christian 21 ( game 1 )

In the first game of the tournament the Dragons made quick work of Carter Christian to advance in the winners bracket.

 

Fallburg 28 Ignite 21 ( game 2 )

In the next game it was a close one against Ignite out of West Virginia but the Dragons pulled away in the end.

 

Rose Hill 38 Fallburg 9 ( game 3 )

In the winners bracket championship the Royals jumped all over the Dragons and never looked back.

 

Fallburg 34 Ignite 23 ( game 4 )

Fallsburg faced the West Virginia team for the second time and picked up another win to set up a rematch for the title against Rose Hill.


Fallburg Head Coach Josh Reed

COACH'S COMMENTS

“... My boys showed a tremendous amount of pride and grit by not giving up after the bad loss to Rose Hill. They very easily could have given up but they continued to fight. Very proud.”

 

Fallsburg Elementary finished the season at 20-7 A & B Team combined record.

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