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The Lady Eagles jumped out to a big early lead on Saturday afternoon and rolled to a fifth-straight win.

Samantha Cornelison had 16 points and Morgan Flannery had 10 points in a 64-33 victory over Woodford County (2-10). Madison Southern (11-2) had 13 players score in the lopsided win.

The Lady Eagles were up 17-8 after one quarter and took a 37-13 lead into halftime.

It was Southern's first game since Feb. 5.

Tara Wooten and Lacie Parks had seven points each. Macie Daniels had six points. Ashlan Estep had five points. Bella Moberly had three points, while Mackenzie Lopez, Reece Estep, Maria Himes and Hadley French had two points each. 

Lessie Clemmons and Jada Carter each had one point.

Southern has not lost since Jan. 23.

The Lady Eagles are set to return to action Monday at North Laurel.

Lady Indians fall

The Lady Indians (7-7) had a six-point lead late in the third quarter, but couldn't hold on for a win on Saturday afternoon in Richmond.

Brianna Bierbaum had 10 points as Madison Central suffered a 33-32 loss to Lincoln County (3-11). Bailey Hensley had eight points and eight rebounds and Eden Carter had five points and two rebounds.

Central shot just 27 percent, including 3-of-9 from three-point range, and also hit just 3-of-9 free throws.

The Lady Indians were up 24-18 after a lay-up by Eden Carter. Central took a four-point lead into the fourth quarter (24-20) and pushed out in front by four (31-27) on a three-pointer by Bierbaum with just less than four minutes left in regulation.

Lincoln County went back in front on a lay-up by Alexia Baldock with 1:06 left. 

The game featured four ties and eight lead changes.

Central led 7-6 after the first quarter, but trailed 12-9 at halftime.

Lincoln County shot 35.9 percent from the field, including 1-of-13 from three-point range, and hit just 4-of-11 free throws.

The Lady Indians are set to return to action Monday at Estill County.

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