Monday, March 16, 2015

Mason Co. boys Class AA State Champions in Indoor Track and Field for Second Straight Year; Mason County Girls State Runners-Up

The Mason County Royals won the Class AA State Indoor Track and Field Meet for the second straight year. The Mason County Lady Royals were the Class AA runners-up. The meets were held Saturday at the Mason County Schools Indoor Athletic Complex.

Lady Royals Fall to Allen County Scotsville 49-42

Allen County Scottsville outscored Mason County 13-3 in the third quarter and beat the Lady Royals 49-42 Saturday night in the semifinals of the Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament. Kara Moran made a lay up to give Mason County a 27-17 lead with 2:09 left in second quarter. But Allen County Scottsville scored the final four points of the first half and the first nine points of the third quarter. Mason County's only points in the third quarter came on a free throw by Maddie Boone at the 4:29 mark and lay up by Erin Kumler that tied the game at 30-30 with 2:32 left in the quarter. Allen County Scottsville scored six straight points to lead 36-30 with 7:10 to play. Jordan Frodge and Brianna Littleton hit back-to-back three-pointers to tie the game at 36-36. Morgan Rich hit two free throws for Allen County Scottsville. Maddie Boone hit a jumper to tie the score at 38-38 with 2:18 to go. The Lady Patriots outscored the Lady Royals 11-4 the rest of the way. Allen County Scottsville hit three free throws and Holly Robinson came up with a steal and made a lay up to give the Lady Patriots a 43-38 lead. outscored Mason County 11-4 the rest of the game. Frodge and Whitney O'Mara were named to the All-Tournament Team.

MC (23-12) McNutt 6, Boone 9, O'Mara 7, Littleton 6, Frodge 8, Kumler 2, Moran 4
ACS (30-4) Sutton 3, Robinson 6, Brooks 4, Rich 15, Gregory 15, King

ACS 10 11 13 15 - 49
MC     9 18  3 12 - 42

ACS FG 35%     3 PT FG 20% FT 71.4% REB 36 TO 16
MC   FG 30.2%  3 PT FG 41.2% FT 90% REB 23 TO 14

Lady Royals advance to semifinals with a 52-34 victory over Johnson Central

Jordan Frodge scored 17 points to lead the Mason County Lady Royals to a 52-34 victory over Johnson Central Friday night in the quarterfinal round of the Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament. Johnson Central jumped out to 6-0 lead, but Mason County rallied to lead 16-14 at the end of the first quarter. Johnson Central was held to single digit scoring in each of the final three quarters and shot just 27.9% percent from the field for the game. Briana McNutt added 10 points for Mason County. The Lady Royals advance to the semifinals for the third time.

(Mason Co. 23-11) McNutt 10, Boone 8, O'Mara 8, Littleton 5, Frodge 17, Kumler 2, Moran 2
(Johnson Central 22-11) Salyer 2, Daniel 7, Pierce 2, Delong 2, Spurlock 8, Preston 3, May 10

MC  16 13  8 15 - 52
JC    14   7  7   6 - 34

MC FG 40.5% 3 PT FG 27.3% FT 83.4% REB 29 TO 11
JC   FG 27.9% 3 PT FG 28.6% FT 57.1% REB 31 TO 16

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Allen County Scottsville outscored Mason County 13-3 in the third quarter and beat the Lady Royals 49-42 Saturday night in the semifinals of the Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament. Kara Moran made a lay up to give Mason County a 27-17 lead with 2:09 left in second quarter. But Allen County Scottsville scored the final four points of the first half and the first nine points of the third quarter. Mason County's only points in the third quarter came on a free throw by Maddie Boone at the 4:29 mark and lay up by Erin Kumler that tied the game at 30-30 with 2:32 left in the quarter. Allen County Scottsville scored six straight points to lead 36-30 with 7:10 to play. Jordan Frodge and Brianna Littleton hit back-to-back three-pointers to tie the game at 36-36. Morgan Rich hit two free throws for Allen County Scottsville. Maddie Boone hit a jumper to tie the score at 38-38 with 2:18 to go. The Lady Patriots outscored the Lady Royals 11-4 the rest of the way. Allen County Scottsville hit three free throws and Holly Robinson came up with a steal and made a lay up to give the Lady Patriots a 43-38 lead. outscored Mason County 11-4 the rest of the game. Frodge and Whitney O'Mara were named to the All-Tournament Team.

MC (23-12) McNutt 6, Boone 9, O'Mara 7, Littleton 6, Frodge 8, Kumler 2, Moran 4
ACS (30-4) Sutton 3, Robinson 6, Brooks 4, Rich 15, Gregory 15, King

ACS 10 11 13 15 - 49
MC     9 18  3 12 - 42

ACS FG 35%     3 PT FG 20% FT 71.4% REB 36 TO 16
MC   FG 30.2%  3 PT FG 41.2% FT 90% REB 23 TO 14

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Lady Royals rout Muhlenberg County 63-43

The Mason County Lady Royals used a 13-0 run in the first quarter to pull away from the Muhlenberg County Lady Mustangs and won 63-43 Thursday in the opening round of the Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 Basketball Tournament. Four Lady Royals scored in double figures- Whitney O'Mara and Jordan Frodge with 14 points apiece and Maddie Boone and Brianna Littleton each with 10. Littleton had six assists.

(Mason Co. 22-11) McNutt 4, Boone 10, O'Mara 14, Littleton 10, Frodge 14, Kumler 2, Moran 9
(Muhlenberg Co. 20-11) Porter 1, Blackburn 7, Vincent 4, Sampson 13, Harney 12, Johnston 1, Weikel 3, Morris 2

Mason Co.      20 12 12 19 - 63
Muhl. Co.        9    9  12 13 - 43

Mason Co. FG 46.5%,  3 PT FG 55.6% FT 78.3% REB 24 TO 6
Muhl.  Co. FG 44.1% 3 PT FG 35.7% FT 66.7% REB 22 TO 17

Thursday, February 26, 2015