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December 17, 2012

Corbin gets past South Laurel again

CORBIN — By Les Dixon / Sports Editor

BEREA — Two familiar faces hooked up in Sunday’s third place game of the Berea Lady Pirate Invitational as 50th district rivals Corbin and South Laurel squared off against each other.

The two teams met just this past week with the Lady Redhounds winning in overtime, 59-52, but this time Corbin won in regulation, 48-35.

Miranda Wilson led the Lady Redhounds in scoring with 26 points on seven-of-nine shooting from the floor, as Corbin jumped out to a 21-8 lead in the first half and never looked back.

“I’m very proud of the way we have played throughout this tournament,” Corbin coach Jennifer Parsons said. “I feel like we have matured tremendously since our season has begun. We are making smart decisions on the offensive end and being very patient to get what we want out of the offense. Playing in tourneys like this, getting third place builds our confidence and proves why we are a contender for the 13th region.”

The Lady Redhounds finished the three-day event with a 3-1 record while South Laurel went 2-2.

Corbin 48, South Laurel 35

South Laurel    6    2  14  13  35

Corbin            11  10  10  17  48

South Laurel (35) — Clonce 4, Baker 2, Parker 11, Johnson 2, Arthur 16.

Corbin (48) — Jewell 1, Fothergill 3, Mi. Wilson 26, Disney 2, Ashley 4, K. Wilson 5, Gallagher 6.

Saturday’s Games

Corbin 56, Garrard County 45

The Lady Redhounds received an 18-point effort from Miranda Wilson to capture its first win in the Berea Lady Pirate Holiday Classic Saturday.

Corbin connected on 20-of-47 shot attempts from the floor while limiting the Lady Golden Lions to only 14-of-48 shooting during the win.

Corbin  56, Garrard County 45

Garrard County     7  14  12  12  45

Corbin                 14  14  13  15  56

Garrard County (45) — Murray 11, Day 2, Floyd 7, Conley 18, Cain 2, Smith 5.

Corbin (56) — Jewell 4, Ashurst 2, Fothergill 2, Me. Wilson 8, Mi. Wilson 18, Disney 3, Ashley 6, K. Wilson 7, Gallagher 6.

Madison Central 40, Corbin 37

The Lady Redhounds trailed against one of the top teams in the state 23-19 at halftime before going into the fourth quarter tied at 32 apiece.

Madison Central picked up the slim three point win by knocking down nine-of-17 attempts from the free-throw line while Corbin was one-of-three from the charity stripe. The Lady Redhounds finished the game connecting on 15-of-51 from the floor, including a six-of-22 effort from three-point range.

Kayla Wilson led Corbin with 13 points.

Madison Central 40, Corbin 37

Corbin                       8  11  13  5  37

Madison Central      14  11    9  8  40

Corbin (37) — Ashurst 9, Me. Wilson 9, Mi. Wilson 2, Disney 2, K. Wilson 13, Gallagher 2.

Madison Central (40) — O’Brian 6, Brooks 14, Feldhaus 6, Hinkle 2, Christian 4, Bosley 8.

South Laurel 44, Powell County 43

The Lady Cardinals jumped out to a 16-9 lead in the first quarter, but trailed 25-22 at halftime. South Laurel managed to pick up the win by outscoring Powell County 22-18 during the fourth quarter, as Taylor Arthur led her team with 19 points.

South Laurel 44, Powell County 43

Powell County  9  16  10  8  43

South Laurel   16    6  13  9  44

Powell County (43) — Knox 3, Curtis 10, Peck 2, Rogers 24, Shelton 2, Branham 2.

South Laurel (44) — Arthur 19, Johnson 8, Clonce 6, Jackson 5, Baker 6.

Notre Dame 49, South Laurel 28

Konnie Snyder’s squad could only muster 17 points during the game’s first three quarters, as Notre Dame jumped out to a 27-12 lead and never looked back.

Arthur led the Lady Cardinals with 13 points.

Notre Dame 49, South Laurel 28

Notre Dame  10  17  12  10  49

South Laurel   4   8    5  11  28

Notre Dame (49) — Stallman 3, Ogle 6, Bernard 10, Voskuhl 12, Kellann 2, Henderson 1, Hellman 2, Clemens 6, Smith 7.

South Laurel (28) — Arthur 13, Johnson 2, Clonce 4, Vandeventer 2, Baker 2, Parker 3, Pennington 2.

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