12/22 GBK: Boone, Holy Cross, SK win

Switzer dominates second half for Rebels

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

Senior guard Dallis Knotts scored all 15 of her points in the second half as Boone County beat host South Oldham, 45-27 in the Lady Dragon Holiday Invitational on Sunday.

The Rebels trailed by eight points at halftime, but Knotts recorded all of her points after the break, including 12 in the fourth quarter.

Junior guard Maddy McGarr added nine points for Boone County, which finished fifth in the tournament.

S. OLDHAM 9-12-2-4—27
at BOONE CO. 7-4-16-18—45

SOUTH OLDHAM (3-4): Van Zant 1 0 3, Wilson 0 1 1, Ansert 3 0 8, Jones 1 4 6, Sedoris 3 2 8, Bent 0 1 1. Totals 8 8 27.

BOONE COUNTY (5-3): Ford 1 2 5, McGarr 2 3 9, Foster 0 1 1, Switzer 3 0 6, More 2 2 7, Knotts 2 9 15, Courtney 1 0 2. Totals 11 17 45.

3-pointers: BC—Knotts 2, McGarr 2, Ford, Moore. SO—Ansert 2, Van Zant.

HOLY CROSS 39, CLARK COUNTY 33 – Freshman point guard Aleah Tucker and sophomore point guard Dajah McClendon both hit a pair of free throws in the closing minutes to clinch the win at the Lexington Catholic Classic.

The Indians finished 2-1 in the tournament. Junior forward Ally Mayhaus rolled up 14 points and 11 rebounds in the win for Holy Cross, its fourth in its last five games.

HOLY CROSS 8-8-10-13—39
CLARK CO. 10-7-5-11—33

HOLY CROSS (6-3): McClendon 3 2 8, Hassert 1 0 2, Gabbard 0 1 1, Tucker 1 5 7, C. Mayhaus 3 1 7, A. Mayhaus 6 2 14. Totals 14 11 39.

CLARK COUNTY (5-3): Taylor 1 0 3, Hamlin 4 0 8, Anderson 1 1 3, Graham 1 0 3, Skinner 5 2 12, Hardiman 2 1 5. Totals 14 4 33.

3-pointer: CC—Graham.

SIMON KENTON 64, FRANKLIN COUNTY 50 – Seniors guard Abby Owings and forward Rachel Cox combined for 15 points in the decisive second quarter.

The Pioneers trailed by seven entering the period but led by four at the half and never looked back.

Owings finished with a game-high 19 points – eight in the second quarter – and she added five assists and three steals.

Cox scored seven in the second frame, and she tallied nine rebounds and a pair of blocks in addition to her 16 points.

Simon Kenton, which extended its season-opening winning streak to eight, will play a semifinal game Monday morning against Elizabethtown (6-1) and will conclude its tournament schedule later in the day.

FRANKLIN CO. 20-7-9-14—50
at S. KENTON 13-20-19-12—64

FRANKLIN COUNTY (5-2): White 3 3 9, Frank 2 4 8, Kilbourne 3 6 14, Stewart 2 4 8, Arrastia 1 0 3, Cook 2 0 4, Courtney 1 0 2, Willard 1 0 2. Totals 15 17 50.

SIMON KENTON (8-0): Schmiade 1 0 2, Owings 8 3 19, Hester 1 3 5, Cook 3 0 6, Cox 5 6 16, Bosse 4 0 8, Meier 1 0 2, Tomlin 2 2 6. Totals 25 14 64.

3-pointers: FC—Kilbourne 2, Arrastia.
 

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