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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper SPORTS February 2, 2012 -9 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grade Upward Basketball Jack Wilson guards Quentin Lewis Wildcats -- come up ] sh0rt versus Fleming FLEMINGSBURG - Visiting Menifee County pushed but couldntt break throughout against Flem- ing County in a 61st Dis- trict game last week. Flem- ing County returned to the win column on Friday, de- feating Menifee County 61-51. The Panthers, thanks to the win, moved to 3-1 in the 61st District. Menifee County (5- 15 overall), which lost its third straight game, dropped to 1-4 in district competition. The Panthers took ad- vantage of many offensive opportunities. Fleming County shot 56.8 percent (25-of-44) from the field. The Panthers were 4-of-6 (66.7 percent) from 3-point range. 'Fleming County shot 66.7 percent (6-of-9) from the foul line. The Panthers grabbed 38 total rebounds. Senior guard Travis Taylor led Fleming Coun- ty, scoring a team-high 21 points. Taylor led a group of nine Fleming Coun- ty scorers. Troy Steward tossed in 12 points and Martin Puente provided 11 for the Panthers. The Panthers used a 19- 9 run in the second quar- ter to beat Menifee Coun- ty. Fleming County carded a 31-20 lead into halffime. Burns scored five points and Saunders added four in Fleming County's win. Eric Slagle, Desmond McAdams, Darrin Brooks and Cameron Scott chipped in two points each for the Panthers. Taylor and Scott led Fleming County on the glass, grabbing six re- bounds apiece. Senior guard Shawn Welch led Menifee Coun- ty with a game-high 23 points. Gerald Walton, a senior forward, accompa- nied Welch in double fig- ures, adding 10 points for the Wildcats. Other scorers for Me- nifee County were Gener- al Quillen (seven points), Alex Ramsey (six points), Josh Williams (three points) and Brian Lykins (two points). The game versus Flem- ing County wrapped up the January portion of Me- nifee County's regular-sea- son schedule. In the girls' game of the boys-girls doubleheader, Fleming County's Lady Panthers defeated the Me- nifee County girls 56-37. Fleming County 61, Me- nifee County 51 Menifee County (51): Welch 23, Williams 3, Ramsey 6, Lykins 2, Quil- len 7, Walton 10. Fleming County (61): Slagle 2, Burns 5, Puente 11, McAdams 2, Stewart 12, Taylor 21, Saunders 4, Brooks 2, Scott 2. Menifee County.....ll 9 15 16--51 Fleming County.....12 19 12 18-61 Taborn Kissick drives the lane in the game against Powell County. Bath's freshmen played two games Saturday against Rowan and Powell, gaining valuable experience. ........ i  iSi ::::==: Photos submitted by Ron Weaver Sarah Price goes up for the short j umper. The Ladycats defeated Fairview 69-56. W May [a mall... But Wo'v ot It All!!! We carry only NEW merchandise from top designers and carry a large selection to choose from. Bridal Gowns Bridesmaid's Gowns Tuxedo Rentals Flower Girl Gowns Prom Gowns Pageant Gowns Huge Selection, Sizes 0-32 Jewelry and Accessories Derek Butcher with the ball Bath County ladies defeat Fairview The Bath County Lady Cats claimed their second straight win on Saturday, defeating 16th Region ri- val Fairview 69-56. Bath County shot 41.7 percent (25-of-60) from the field. The Lady Cats were 7-of-19 (36.8 percent) from 3-point range. Bath County finished 12- for-20 (60 percent) from the foul line. The Lady Cats also per- formed well around the goal, grabbing 36 total re- bounds. Lexy Grimes led Bath County with a team-high 16 points. Tayler Rog- ers accompanied Grimes in double figures, provid- ing 12 points for the Lady Cats. Bath County received scoring from nine differ- ent players with Hannah Everman and Sarah Price contributing eight Points apiece. Erica Toy and Han- nah Waiters tossed in sev- en points each for the La- dy Cats. Other offensive con- tributors for Bath Coun- ty included Amber Mar- tin (four points), Sierra Sparks (four points) and Morgan Howard (three points). Grimes connected on a pair of 3-point field goals for the Lady Cats. Five of her teammates hit one 3-pointer each for the Bath County girls' basketball team. Price led Bath County in rebounding, rounding up 11 rebounds. Hannah Waiters added seven re- bounds for the Lady Cats. Price, an eighth-grader, is averaging 9.7 rebounder s per game. Through 22 games, Price had claimed 159 re bounds. She also ranked as the team's third-leading scorer, averaging 8 points per game.. ::: Bath County moved to 8,14 after posting the win. Lady Cats edge Deming, 59-58 The Menifee County La- dy Cats edged Deming 58-57 Thursday night in a non-district home game. Chelsea Walker paced Menifee County with a game-high 23 points and nine rebounds. Walker was one of two Menifee County scorers to reach double figures. Paige War- ren joined Walker in dou- ble figures, finishing with 19 points for the Lady Cats. Ashton Woodard scored six points and Haley Lane slipped in five for Menifee County in the winning ef- fort. In all, eight different Menifee County players provided scoring. Cera Hall and Ailee Lawson added two points apiece for the Lady Cats. Chipping in offensive- ly, Liz Dotson and Baylee Maynard both connected on a free throw for the La- dy Cats. Woodard and Lane add- ed five rebounds apiece for Menifee County in the hard-fought win. Hall and Maynard claimed three rebounds apiece for the Paul Ricker- coached Lady Cats. Deming, a team out of the 10th Region. suffered its second straight loss. February 8, 1945- February 1, 2006 Charlotte Far" Anderson Letting go doesn't mean forgetting them...it means remembering the memories and talking about them without crying. You are gone but not forgotten' mom Love always and forever, Necie qO qp Think Valentines... Candies ,.,IJrCE 19z 550 M. 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