Sunday, January 30, 2011

Time to pull the plug on this blog

This will be the final post on the blog. It will remain online so you can look back at the posts. I will continue to tweet in-game updates and other sports headlines on my Twitter account, but nothing as extensive as the blog posts. Thanks for reading the blog the past four and a half years.

Colin Faris wins 50-free and is on winning 200-free relay team

University of Kentucky senior Colin Faris of Maysville won the 50-free (20.50) and teamed up with David Sanders, Stephen Wimmer and Chip Aplin to win the 200-free relay and set a Keating Aquatics Center record (1:22.39) Saturday at the University of Cincinnati. Faris took second place in the 100-free (46.15). UK's men's team beat Cincinnati 206-75, but lost to Virginia Tech 197-99. It was the final meet of the regular season for Kentucky.

Lady Saints lose to Campbell Co., Douglas scores 32 points

The St. Patrick Lady Saints lost to the Campbell County Lady Camels 69-58 Saturday night at Campbell County. St. Patrick led by six at the end of the first half, but the Lady Camels outscored the Lady Saints 42-25 in the second half. St. Patrick junior Chelsea Douglas scored a game-high 32 points. Brooke Mosler added 11 points. St. Patrick hosts Cooper Tuesday night.

SP (9-10) Douglas 32, Mosler 11, Tolle 9, Hamilton 4, Hamm 2
CC (17-2) Berkley 17, Griffin 12, Miller 12, Spicer 12, Siegmundt 9, Rauch 4, Bishop 2, Martin 1

SP 15 18 10 15 58
CC 13 14 21 21 69


Lady Saints lose to Campbell Co., Douglas scores 32 points

The St. Patrick Lady Saints lost to the Campbell County Lady Camels 69-58 Saturday night at Campbell County. St. Patrick led by six at the end of the first half, but the Lady Camels outscored the Lady Saints 42-25 in the second half. St. Patrick junior Chelsea Douglas scored a game-high 32 points. Brooke Mosler added 11 points. St. Patrick hosts Cooper Tuesday night.

SP (9-10) Douglas 32, Mosler 11, Tolle 9, Hamilton 4, Hamm 2
CC (17-2) Berkley 17, Griffin 12, Miller 12, Spicer 12, Siegmundt 9, Rauch 4, Bishop 2, Martin 1

SP 15 18 10 15 58
CC 13 14 21 21 69


Saturday, January 29, 2011

Royals beat Grant County 66-44

The Mason County Royals used their height advantage to beat the Grant County Braves 66-44 this afternoon at Grant County. The Braves don't have players taller than 6-1. Mason County's 6-9 senior forward Treg Setty scored 26 points (12 in the first quarter) and grabbed 13 rebounds. 6-2 junior Tyler Black had 11 points and 15 rebounds. Mason County had 14 assists and attempted just seven three-pointers. The Royals outscored the Braves 11-3 in the second quarter to lead 27-13 at the half, and scored the first two points of the third quarter. Grant County cut the deficit to 10 at 36-26. Mason County answered by scoring 13 consecutive points. The Royals led by as many as 25 in the fourth quarter. Jordan Gilbert added 10 points for Mason County. The Royals host Montgomery County Tuesday night.

MC (12-8) Gilbert 10, Hamm 4, Black11, Setty 26, Henry 5, Menefee 6, Jackson 2, Tuel 2
GC (7-14) Kinmon 8, Blackburn 6, Hunt 19, Shipp 2, Thomas 2, Anglin 5, Robbins2

MC FG 47.3% 3 PT FG 14.3% FT 65% REB 46 TO 13
GC FG 31.5% 3 PT FG 30.8% FT 50% REB 28 TO 12

MC 16 11 22 17-66
GC 10 03 15 16-44

Notes:
  • Treg Setty continues to move up the Royals' all-time scoring list. He passed Dustin Grutza today for 13th place. Setty has 1,296 career points;
  • The Royals were without junior forward Josh Harris today. Harris was making a football visit to the University of Georgia

Friday, January 28, 2011

Lady Royals win, Royals lose vs. Rowan County

The Mason County Lady Royals snapped a five-game losing streak with a 69-62 win over the Rowan County Lady Vikings to give Mason County a split in a boy-girl doubleheader tonight in the Pepsi/Mountain Dew Classic at The Fieldhouse. The Royals fell behind by 11, rallied to within one point late in the game, but lost to the Vikings 49-44. Bailey Menke hit five-three pointers and scored game-high 21 points for the Lady Royals. Katelyn Smith followed with 18 points. McKenzie Butler scored 13 points and Courtney Moran added 12 points. The Lady Royals play at Deming Monday night.
Treg Setty and Tyler Black both had double-doubles for the Royals. Setty had 18 points and 12 rebounds. Black scored 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. The Royals play at Grant County Saturday afternoon. The junior varsity game is at 1 o'clock, the varsity at 2:30.

Girls

MC (7-15) Moran 12, Moore 4, Menke 21, Smith 19, Butler 13
RC (14-6) Hamilton 18, S. Townsend 6, M.Townsend 4, McClain 11, Lewis 11, Duff 12

MC FG 52.8% 3 PT FG 53.8% FT 72.7% REB 34, TO 15
RC FG 39.3% 3 PT FG 21.4% FT 57.9% REB 29 TO 8

MC 18 14 14 23-69
RC 13 16 12 21-62

Boys

MC (11-8) Gilbert 3, Hamm 3, Black 11, Setty 18, Harris 9
RC (12-5) Townsend 12, Cross 7, Hunter 7, Egan 21, Wing 2

MC FG 34% 3 PT FG 15.4% FT 61.5% REB 36 TO 9
RC FG 40.4% 3 PT FG 45% FT 40% REB 32 TO 12

MC 11 09 06 18-44
RC 16 05 16 12-49

Notes:
  • Treg Setty moved past Larry Myrick into 14th place on the Royals' all-time scoring with 1,270 career points;
  • The coaches wore basketball shoes to show their support for Coaches vs. Cancer.


Saints snap an 8-game losing streak with a an 82-69 win over Augusta

The St. Patrick Saints have the Augusta Panthers' number. The Saints picked up their first win of the season with a double overtime victory over the Panthers in December. Tonight, St. Patrick snapped an 8-game losing streak with an 82-69 over Augusta on the Panthers' home court. Five Saints scored in double figures with Tyler Slack leading the way with 20 points. Daniel Yeary followed with 17 points. Cory Jodrey scored 16 points. Ryan Gallenstein added 15 points after missing five games with a knee injury. Ryan Swolsky tossed in 12 points. The Saints play at Eastern Brown Saturday night.

SP (4-11) Slack 20, Yeary 17, Jodrey 16, Gallnestein 15, Swolsky 12, McKay 2
A (8-10) Fraysure 21, Appelman 16, Kelsch 11, Gibbs 9, Thorpe 7, Krebs 3, Moore 2

SP 16 18 22 26-82
A 15 13 16 25- 69