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Girls Prep Roundup; Middle School Roundup


By Kyle Lovern


klovern@civitasmedia.com


MINGO CENTRAL 58, MT. VIEW 36


RED JACKET – Mingo Central improved to 8-7 as they down Mt. View 58-36 on Saturday at the MCHS gym. The Lady Knights came into the game with an 11-3 record.


Keiria Hammond led a balance scoring attack for the Lady Miners of coach Clay Campbell with 15 points, Ashley Curry added 14 and Hannah Church scored 12. Curry also pulled down 13 rebounds for MCHS.


Kaitlyn Day added 5 points, while freshman Tyshira Joplin handed out 8 assists.


Mingo Central has a busy week, weather permitting. They travel to River View tonight, Scott on Wednesday and will host Poca on Saturday.


Score by quarters:


Mingo (8-7) – 8 16 17 17 – 58


Mt. View (11-3) – 6 2 5 25 - 36


Scoring:


Mingo Central (58) – Day 5, Curry 14, Hammond 15, Church 12, Cisco 2, Cantrell 2, Mahon 2, Rhodes 2, Ferguson 2, Spencer 2.


Mt.View (36) – Joyce 2, Johnson 21, Gillespie 5, Bright 5, Brown 2, Robertson 1.


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TUG VALLEY 48, MIDLAND TRAIL 45


ST MARYS - Tug Valley got past Midland Trail Saturday afternoon in the WV HIT tournament, overcoming a late Patriot rally to win 48-45.


Hannah Armstrong led the Tug Valley (4-9) effort with 14 points. Katie Robinson added 9.


Trail (6-7) was paced by Emily Carte and Marissa Workman, who scored 12 each. Madison Syner scored 11 to go along with 13 rebounds.


Score by quarters:


Midland (6-7) - 13 7 9 16 - 45


Tug Valley (4-9) -11 13 14 10 - 48


Scoring:


Midland Trail (45) - Abby Sevy 2, Jessika Cooper 4, Emily Carte 12, Marissa Workman 12, Emily Keeney 4, Madison Syner 11. Totals: 16 11-24 45.


Tug Valley (48) - Katie Robinson 9, Savanna Wilson 8, Taylor Parsley 7, Emily Baisden 4, Hannah Armstrong 14, Madison May 6. Totals: 18 11-23 48.



BELFRY 61, PIKE CENTRAL 28


BUCKLEY’S CREEK, Ky. - The Lady Pirates sailed past the Lady Hawks of Pike Central 61-28 on Friday night at the Hawk’s Nest at PCC.


Emily Baker scored 16 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, while Paige Goff added 13 points for Coach Kevin Deskin’s squad. Taylor Maynard added 8 points and 9 rebounds, while Jaden Cisco pulled down 9 boards and chipped in 3 points. Ariel Mounts fired in 9 points and Robbie Brewer chipped in 6.


BHS made 25-66 from the floor for 38 percent and 11-20 at the foul line for 55 percent.


The Lady Pirates defense forced 25 turnovers by PCC.


Score by quarters:


Belfry (10-10) - 14 18 12 17 - 61


Pike Cent. (6-12) - 8 8 8 4 - 28


Scoring:


Belfry (61) - Baker 16, Cisco 3, Gilman 2, Goff 13, Maynard 8, Mounts 9, Brewer 6 and Stanley 4.


Pike Central (28) - Little 4, C. Mullins 4, Hamilton 2, Boyd 2, M. Mullins 8, Tibbs 2, Wright 4, Miracle 2 and Collins 2.


PIKEVILLE 58, BELFRY 27


PIKEVILLE, Ky. - The Lady Panthers of Pikeville clawed the Lady Pirates of Belfry 58-27 on Saturday night


at T.W. Oliver Memorial Gymnasium on Feb. 1.


Belfry trailed 19-8 after one quarter and only managed one point in the second period, and trailed 33-9 at the half.


Mounts led Belfry with 8 points, while Kyle Stanley had 3 points and 6 rebounds. Cisco and Candace Gilman each scored 4. Baker had 6 boards and 3 points, all from the foul line.


Belfry committed 19 turnovers. They were only 9-49 from the field for 18 percent, including 2-of-3 from behind the arc and 7-13 at the foul line fro 54 percent.


Rachel Potter led Pikeville with 20 points, while Alexa Gearhart added 11. Potter also had 11 rebounds and 9 assists, just missing a triple-double.


Belfry fell to 10-11, while Pikeville improved to 11-10. Belfry will host Prestonsburg on Thursday and they go to Lawrence County on Friday.


Score by quarters:


Belfry (10-11) - 8 1 11 7 - 27


Pikeville (11-10) - 19 14 12 13 - 58


Scoring:


Belfry (28) - Baker 3, Cisco 4, Gilman 4, Goff 1, Maynard 2, Mounts 8, Brewer 2 and Stanley 3.


Pikeville (58) - Potter 20, Looney 6, Gearhart 11, Blackburn 4, Nunnemaker 4, Webb 4, Caudill 4, Bartley 3 and Keene 2.



MIDDLE SCHOOL ROUNDUP


WILLIAMSON 35, MATEWAN


The Williamson LadyWolfpack rolled past Matewan Lady Tigers 35-2 in middle school girls baketball action on Thursday.


Williamson was led by sixth grader Katie Ball’s 10 points, followed by Bekah White’s 9 and Maliyah Martin’s 6.


KERMIT 40, WILLIAMSON 19


In middle school action Saturday the Lady Pack went down to Lady Blue Devils of Kermit 40-19.


WMS was playing without their talented point guard, Katie Ball and had three starters foul out.


Kermit was led by Spaulding with 12 points, and Whitt and Sturgill followed with 10 each.


Bekah White had 9 points, and Kailee Gerardi with 6 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Pack. Williamson hosted Burch on Monday.


(Kyle Lovern is the Sports Editor for the Williamson Daily News. He can be contacted at klovern@civtasmedia.com or at 304-235-4242, ext. 33 or Twitter @KyleLovern)


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