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December 19, 2012

Madden, Clay too much for Lady Jags


LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — Saturday’s game

Waggener 54, North Laurel 42

North Laurel was coming off its closest game since picking up its first win at Jackson County. The Lady Jaguars had chances to take the lead against the Wildcats, but couldn’t shut down Jada Jackson. Jackson poured in 22 points for Waggener.

North Laurel was led by Kendall Ellington with 16 points and Hannah Lawson with 11.

The Lady Jaguars are scheduled to play at Russell County Thursday and travel to Knoxville Catholic on Saturday. They are in a stretch of seven straight road games before hosting Knox Central on Jan. 5.

Clay County 68, North Laurel 40

North Laurel    10    6  7 17—40

Clay County     23  16 13 16—68

NORTH LAUREL (40)—Gray 4, Lawson 8, Carpenter 2, Ellington 12, Sexton 1, Raines 5, Chestnut 5, Bridges 3.

CLAY COUNTY (68)—Roberts 5, Cotton 7, Mathis 9, Allen 2, Chestnut 14, Madden 21, Robinson 6, Woods 4.

Saturday’s game

Waggener 54, North Laurel 42

North Laurel   9  7 16 10—42

Waggener     17 11  14 12—54

NORTH LAUREL (42)—Wyatt 6, Gray 4, Lawson 11, Carpenter 3, Ellington 16, Sexton 2.

WAGGENER (54)—J. Jackson 22, A, Jackson 2, Montgomery 7, Lamb 6, Roden 2, Woolridge 8, Fraley 5, Mackel 2.

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