Beacon Ladies Hoops: January 17, 2023
The Ashland Beacon
GIRLS 64th DISTRICT
Ashland went 3-1 this week with wins over Bath County, Fleming County and Fairview and a loss to Covington Holy Cross, 58-47.
Kenleigh Woods dropped 20 in Ashland’s 70-40 win over Bath County. Gabby Karle had 15. Ella Sellars tossed in 14.
Sellars led the way in the Kittens 78-54 thumping of Fleming County with 23 points. Woods added 20. Karle had 10.
Four players finished in double figures in Ashland’s 72-12 win over Fairview. Sellars and Karle had 11 each. Mollie Scites and Woods each had 10.
No stats were reported in the loss to Holy Cross.
Ashland visits Portsmouth Notre Dame Wednesday.
BOYD COUNTY 12-3
Boyd County defeated Morgan County, 76-66. Taylor Bartrum had 24 in the win. Jazmine Jordan added 22.
Boyd County welcomes Fairview Friday and visits Pikeville Saturday.
Fairview fell in all three contests this week, losing to Elliott County, Ashland and Cordia.
Mia Newton led the Eagles with four points in their 45-10 loss to Elliott County in the All “A” Classic.
Madison Loving had eight points in Fairview’s 72-12 loss to Ashland.
No stats were reported in the loss to Cordia.
Fairview visits Portsmouth Wednesday, Boyd County Friday and Grace Christian Saturday.
GIRLS 63rd DISTRICT
Russell has won six straight since last losing to Cooper on Dec. 28 with two wins coming this past week.
Russell defeated Morgan County, 56-40. Shaelyn Steele kicked in 25 points. Kennedy Darnell had 12.
Russell defeated Greenup County, 58-29. Bella Quinn and Steele each had 17 points.
Russell visits Raceland Saturday.
Raceland fell to Huntington St. Joe, 57-54 and defeated Holmes, 68-38. No stats were reported.
Raceland visits Greenup County Friday and welcomes Russell Saturday.
Greenup County fell in both outings this week, losing to Lewis County and Russell in district matchups.
Emily Maynard led the Musketeers with 12 points in their 49-38 loss to Lewis County.
Maynard had 14 in Greenup County’s 58-29 loss to Russell. Greenup County was without the services of leading scorer Rachel Bush in both contests.
Greenup County welcomes Huntington St. Joe Monday and Raceland Friday in a pivotal district matchup.