The Richmond Register


January 31, 2014

H.S. BASKETBALL: Lady Indians top Woodford County, Pirates fall to Lynn Camp

RICHMOND — The Lady Indians hadn’t played in 14 days, but they looked sharp Thursday on the road against Woodford County (10-14).

Shadae Bosley had 24 points, 14 rebounds and seven points as Madison Central (11-8) snapped a four-game losing streak with a 61-45 win. The Lady Indians trailed 41-40 after three quarters, but out-scored the Lady Yellow Jackets 21-6 in the final period.

“We played well,” Central coach Robbie Cooksey said. “Woodford County has been rated ahead of us most of the year.”

Lindsay Johns had 20 points (on eight-of-11 shooting), 11 rebounds, two assists and a steal. Bailey O’Bryan had eight points, four rebounds and three assists. Kenadee Everly had seven points and three rebounds and Kasi Schneid had two points, five rebounds, one block and one assist.

Central led 14-13 after the first quarter, but took a 24-23 lead into halftime.

The Lady Indians shot 44 percent from the field (26-of-59), was 1-of-9 from three point range and hit 8-of-12 free throw attempts.

Central was able to slow down Woodford County’s potent three-point attack. The Lady Yellow Jackets were 6-of-27 from long range and shot just 21 percent from the field.

The Lady Indians are set to return to action Saturday at home against Shelby County.

Lynn Camp 68, Berea  56

The Pirates got off to a good start Thursday at Lynn Camp.

Berea Community had a 17-10 lead after the first quarter and took a 32-25 lead into halftime.

But, the Pirates couldn’t carry that momentum into the second half. Lynn Camp out-scored Berea (5-13) 22-10 in the third quarter and went on to pick up a 68-56 win.

Trey Terrill had 18 points and seven rebounds, while Dustin Kates added 16 points and 14 rebounds for the Pirates. Jarel Tevis had 11 points and five points, Shyiem Alexander had seven points, Bradley Atkins had two points and six rebounds and Sam Shearer had two points.

Berea shot 43 percent from the field and was 7-of-19 from the free throw line.

The Pirates are set to return to action Saturday against St. Patrick and Nicholas County.

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