High School Sports

JUMPING through HOOPS: Jan. 20


■ Treg Setty scored all 10 of his points in the second half as Mason County beat visiting Ashland Blazer 58-54. Setty, who returned in the third quarter after a first-half injury, also had 11 rebounds. Two of the Tomcats' three losses this season have been to the Royals. Cody Withrow and Will Skaggs had 14 and 13 points, respectively, for Ashland Blazer.

■ Josh Sewell had a team-high 20 points for Louisville Trinity, ranked fourth in Dave Cantrall's Rating the State, in a 86-77 win over Louisville Christian. Sewell hit a career-best four three-pointers.

■ At Clark County, the No. 5 Cardinals' Vinny Zollo had 13 points and 12 rebounds in a 69-40 victory over Whitley County.

Elliott County's Timmy Knipp had 28 points and 12 rebounds in a 76-45 win over visiting Russell. Jacob Ison added 16 points and 10 boards for the Lions, who led 50-14 at halftime.

■ Dee Anderson had 29 points on 10-for-13 shooting from the field in Greenwood's 62-54 win at Franklin Simpson. Anderson also had seven boards and three steals.

Pike County Central's Hobo McCoy scored 46 points in a 93-56 win over visiting Magoffin Central. McCoy, a junior guard, also posted five assists and six rebounds.

Frankfort's Doryian Frazier scored 19 points in a 67-46 win over Model in the 11th Region All "A" Classic at Lexington Christian. Daryian Frazier and Dylan Gilkey chipped in with 13 points apiece for the Panthers. Wayne Morris led the Patriots with 12 points.

■ Michael Rexroat had 21 points, and Kyle Lamb added 19 in East Jessamine's 64-61 victory at home against Madison Southern.


■ All five Garrard County starters reached double figures — led by Kelly Smith's 14 points — in a 63-43 victory over visiting Lafayette. Jameka Gillespie had 14 points for the Generals, who shot 32.7 percent to the Lady Lions' 55 percent.

Lexington Catholic got 20 points from Octavia Wilson as the Lady Knights pulled out a 66-62 victory over visiting Ryle. Alex Botkin added 14 points and nine rebounds for Catholic, who won despite 31 turnovers. Ashley Cheesman led Ryle with 18 points.

■ Senior center Alesha Prince had 24 points and 11 rebounds in Bryan Station's 70-57 win over visiting Montgomery County.

■ Chelsea Craig and Andrea Howard scored 19 points apiece in Franklin County's 73-54 victory over Tates Creek. Craig added 10 rebounds for the host Lady Flyers, while Howard had four assists and three steals. Lizza Jonas led the way for the Commodores with 21 points, 11 steals and seven rebounds.

Herald-leader Staff Report