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January 3, 2014

Lady Jags roll to season’s first win

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — First Southern National Bank Classic

at Russellville

North Laurel 61, Middlesboro 40

North Laurel   12  14 18 17—61

Middlesboro    8  7 10 15—40

NORTH LAUREL (61)—Madison Shepherd 5,Kelsey Chestnut 3, Hannah Gray 13, Kayla Bruner 18, Hannah Lawson 21, Makayla Sexton 1.

MIDDLESBORO (40)—Bailey Hensley 20, Amanda Bascardi 2, Morgan Thompson 6, Jamayha Poc 1,  Hannah Warren 6, Malorie Carter 3, Lauren Spurlock 2.

Records – North Laurel 1-8, Middlesboro 3-7.

 

North Laurel 63, Spencer County 57

North Laurel     16   9 15 14 9—63

Spencer County 14 10 10 20 3—57

NORTH LAUREL (63)—Madison Shepherd 11, Kelsey Chestnut 2, Hannah Gray 10, Kayla Bruner 15, Hannah Lawson 13, Ashley Raines 7, Ashton Bridges 4, Makayla Sexton 1.

SPENCER COUNTY (57)—Bush 4, Howie 9, Barlow 5, Nigh 2, Downs 3, Myers 34.

 

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