High school basketball highlights: Knott Central's Justice scores 2,000th point

December 3, 2013 

Knott Central junior Camron Justice, who has committed to play at Tennessee, scored 27 points in a 93-25 rout of visiting Jenkins. Justice's big game for the No. 6-ranked Patriots gave him 2,023 points for his career.

■ No. 20 Henry Clay jumped out to an 11-point lead by halftime and went on to win 52-36 at Tates Creek. Jordan Green had 14 points for the Bulldogs.

■ Martin Durmov and Justin Sanders scored 16 and 14 points, respectively, in Sayre's 68-30 victory at home against Rose Hill. Sanders also had eight rebounds, five assists and four steals.

■ Eli Boggess scored 32 points and Grayson Graf had 19 in Woodford County's 65-63 win at home against Paul Dunbar.

■ Mason County senior Lukas Greenhill scored a career-high 27 points, including three three-pointers, in a 79-70 win at home against Boyd County.

■ Bryan Station's Jordan Henry scored 17 points, and he and James Evans both had 11 rebounds in a 63-53 win at home against Rowan County. Tyler Thacker scored 25 for the Vikings.

■ Daulton Peters hit 12 of 17 shots and finished with 30 points and 10 rebounds in West Jessamine's 80-76 win at Fleming County. Troy Steward had 36 points and nine rebounds for the Panthers.

■ Boyle County outscored Lexington Christian by 12 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 72-53 win in Danville. Hagen Tyler scored 28 points for the Rebels, and Matt Rose had 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Eagles.

Girls' highlights

■ Kayla Rankin, the top-ranked senior in Kentucky (66th nationally) according to ESPN Hoop Gurlz, scored 42 points and grabbed 30 rebounds in No. 16 Perry County Central's 65-43 victory at home against Middlesboro.

■ Dee Givens had 19 points, nine rebounds and five steals in No. 5 Lafayette's 71-54 victory against Danville in Lexington. Sarah Cooley added nine points and 15 rebounds.

■ Bath County's Sarah Price had 21 points and 12 rebounds in a 68-49 win at Lexington Christian. Holly Huellemeier scored 18 for the Eagles.

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