12/13 BBK: Campbell edges Newport

Holbrook's late 3 lifts Camels

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By John Lachmann
Kypostsports@yahoo.com
Twitter: @rednblackhawks

Senior guard Corey Holbrook hit a late 3-pointer to put Campbell County ahead for good in its 59-57 win over Newport on Friday.

The score was tied at 54 before Holbrook’s pivotal trey with 1:30 remaining. The Camels extended the lead to four, but Wildcats junior guard Paul Price cut the lead to one with a 3-pointer with 15.3 seconds remaining.

Sophomore guard Trent McGovney hit a free throw – his only point of the game – with 13.8 seconds to play after being fouled and Newport could not complete the comeback.

Holbrook finished with 24 points and junior guard Dre Jackson added 17 for Campbell County, all in the first half.

Junior guard Paul Price led Newport with 17 points.

CAMPBELL 14-15-17-13—54
at NEWPORT 10-15-13-19—57

CAMPBELL COUNTY (4-0): Losey 1 0 2, McGovney 0 1 1, Wilson 4 1 9, Jackson 7 0 17, Holbrook 9 4 24, J. Franzen 3 0 6. Totals 24 6 59.

NEWPORT (2-3): Price 6 3 17, Turner 4 3 11, Davis 1 0 2, Covington 2 3 7, Snapp 3 0 7, Joseph 2 2 6, Reynolds 0 1 1, Ochoa 3 0 6. Totals 21 12 57.

3-pointers: CC—Jackson 3, Holbrook 2. N—Price 2, Snapp. JV: Campbell County, 46-35.

BOONE COUNTY 57, CONNER 46 – Junior forward Brenden Stanley poured in 15 points as the Rebels remained unbeaten through five games.

Seniors Barry Ordu and Stephen Nash and junior Junior Stockwell added 10 points each for Boone County, which has held four of its five opponents under 50 points.

Cougars junior Nick Watts led all scorers with 16 points.

CONNER 9-14-12-11—46
at BOONE 12-12-19-14—57

CONNER (1-2): Watts 6 4 16, Way 2 0 6, Ruholt 3 2 9, Lamblez 2 0 4, Gilbreath 0 2 2, Yeager 0 1 1, Hemmerich 3 0 8. Totals 16 9 46.

BOONE COUNTY (5-0): Mayberry 1 1 3, Hixenbaugh 2 3 7, Ordu 3 4 10, Nash 3 2 10, Stanley 5 3 15, Stockwell 4 2 10, McDonald 1 0 2. Totals 19 15 57.

3-pointers: BC—Nash 2, Stanley 2. C—Way 2, Hemmerich 2, Ruholt. JV: Boone County, 38-37.

ST. HENRY 58, HIGHLANDS 44 – Senior center Jordan Noble scored seven first-quarter points as the Crusaders stormed out to an early 10-point lead.

St. Henry extended that margin to 35 by the beginning of the final period.

Senior guard Nick Rechtin led the Crusaders in scoring with 14 points, hitting all five of his free throws. Noble added 13 points.

HIGHLANDS 12-10-5-17—44
at ST. HENRY 22-18-12-6—58

HIGHLANDS (0-1): Buten 4 1 10, Greene 2 1 5, Harris 4 1 10, Shepherd 2 0 4, Weyer 1 0 3, Cain 0 2 2, Hergott 4 2 10. Totals 17 7 44.

ST. HENRY (2-2): Plummer 3 3 10, Grayson 1 0 2, Goetz 1 0 2, Wallenhorst 4 2 10, Jo. Noble 6 1 13, Rechtin 4 5 14, Ja. Noble 1 0 2, Kunstek 2 1 5. Totals 22 12 58.

3-pointers: SH—Plummer, Rechtin. H—Buten, Weyer, Harris. JV: St. Henry, 37-35.

SIMON KENTON 79, GRANT COUNTY 69 – Senior forward Taylor Morrison tallied 26 points for the Pioneers, with 10 coming in the third quarter.

Simon Kenton was 9-for-11 from the foul line in the final 90 seconds to ice it. Junior guard Kyle Dougherty was perfect on six free throws in the fourth quarter.

S. KENTON 18-11-22-28—79
at GRANT CO. 15-9-20-25—69

SIMON KENTON (3-0): Pracht 3 2 8, Vercheak 2 0 4, Morrison 9 3 26, Dougherty 1 6 9, Mullins 5 4 14, Childers 1 1 4, Robinson 5 4 14. Totals 26 20 79.

GRANT COUNTY (2-2): Hicks 10 4 28, Johnson 7 3 17, Atkins 5 4 14, Saylor 4 0 8, Schneider 1 0 2. Totals 27 11 69.

3-pointers: SK—Morrison 5, Childers, Dougherty. GC—Hicks 4. JV: Simon Kenton, 57-56.

SILVER GROVE 74, BELLEVUE 64 – Sophomore guard Randy Kuntz scored eight points in the first quarter and 18 overall to pace the Big Trains.

Seniors guard Christopher Lambert and forward Owen Turner added 14 points as Silver Grove picked up its first win of the season.

BELLEVUE 18-10-11-25—64
at S. GROVE 14-22-23-15—74

BELLEVUE (2-1): Arnzen 5 0 11, Fryman 2 0 5, Stephenson 1 2 5, Poinsett 2 7 12, Chase 1 1 3, Ackerson 2 1 5, Barrett 4 0 9, Grainger 1 0 2, Woodyard 3 6 12. Totals 21 17 64.

SILVER GROVE (1-3): Feiler 1 0 3, Lambert 3 8 14, Turcious 4 3 13, Pollitt 3 0 7, Kuntz 6 4 18, Turner 5 2 14, Miller 2 0 4, Baker 0 1 1. Totals 24 18 74.

3-pointers: SG—Turcious 2, Kuntz 2, Turner 2, Feiler, Pollitt. B—Arnzen, Fryman, Stephenson. 

BROSSART 58, MAYSVILLE ST. PATRICK 22 – Senior forward Alex Trentman racked up all 16 of his points in the first quarter in the Mustangs’ win.

Junior guard Spencer Hackworth added 13 points for Brossart – six on a pair of threes in the first period and seven more in the third frame.

BROSSART 28-18-7-5—58
at ST. PAT 4-2-5-11—22

BROSSART (5-1): Jennings 2 0 4, Hackworth 5 0 13, Rieger 2 0 6, Geiman 1 1 3, Shannon 2 0 4, Crawford 1 0 2, Trentman 6 2 16, Kramer 1 3 5, Burns 2 1 5. Totals 22 7 58.

ST. PATRICK (1-4): Bauer 0 2 2, Jodrey 0 2 2, Swolsky 0 1 1, Sticklen 3 0 6, McKay 3 0 8, Brant 1 0 2, Kellerman 0 1 1. Totals 7 6 22.

3-pointers: B—Hackworth 3, Rieger 2, Trentman 2. SP—McKay 2. JV: Brossart won.

LUDLOW 63, HERITAGE 25 – Panthers senior guard Jerad Howard scored 22 of his game-high 24 points in the first half including 12 in the opening quarter.

Sophomore guard Jacob Stamper added 11 points for Ludlow, including six in the final stanza on a pair of 3-pointers.

HERITAGE 4-5-6-10—25
at LUDLOW 24-17-13-19—63

HERITAGE (0-2): Vargas 2 5 10, Liske 1 0 2, McCarty 2 0 5, Worley 2 2 7, Baker 0 1 1. Totals 7 8 25.

LUDLOW (2-2): Mitchell 0 2 2, Thornsburg 4 0 8, Cody 1 3 5, Roark 3 1 7, Durham 1 0 2, Mahan 1 0 2, Stamper 4 0 11, Howard 11 0 24, Doane 1 0 2. Totals 26 6 63.

3-pointers: L—Stamper 3, Howard 2. H—Vargas, McCarty, Worley. JV: Ludlow won.

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