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January 22, 2013

Barbourville falls to Green Dragons on the road, 55-48

CORBIN — By John Henson / For The Times-Tribune

HARLAN — When the season began, an early 15-0 run against them would have probably been enough to finish off the inexperienced Harlan Green Dragons.

If a 55-48 upset of visiting Barbourville on Monday is any indication, the Dragons are growing up.

Harlan led 10-4 before Barbourville ran off 15 straight points over the next eight minutes. The Dragons answered with a 15-7 run to pull within one, at 26-25, by halftime.

A three-pointer by freshman point guard Drew Parks put the Dragons ahead, igniting a 13-7 run that made the score 38-33 after three quarters. Harlan put the game away at the free throw line.

Parks led the 6-13 Dragons with 11 points. Caleb Hogue, David Allen and Dylan McNiel added seven each.

Senior guard Devon Mills poured in 26 points to pace the 12-8 Tigers.

Harlan travels to J. Frank White Academy on Thursday. Barbourville plays at South Laurel on Saturday.

Harlan 55, Barbourville 48

Barbourville  15  11   7   15  48

Harlan           10  15  13  17  55

Harlan (55) — Parks 11, Allen 7, McNiel 7, Hogue 7, Johnson 6, Morris 5, Young 4, Davis 4, Simpson 3, Piper 1.

Barbourville (48) — Mills 26, Phipps 8, Strong 4, Mills 4, Moore 2, Rose 2, Eldridge 2.

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