Louisa, Ky — Lawrence Co. ( 16-12 ) completed the sweep of Tolsia ( 11-10 ) with a 65-29 victory Friday night in Girls Basketball action at the Dawg House.
Kensley Feltner poured in 29 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs, Lexi Ratliff tallied 13 points, Brooke Neal 6 points, Ellie Webb 5 points, Tyra Hammond 4 points, Kaison Ward and Sophie Adkins scored 3 points each, Kyleah Ward 2 points.
The Lady Bulldogs hit 6 three pointers and went 11 of 15 from the free throw line.
Tolsia was lead by Katie Marcum with 11 points, Julie Boone 7 points, Kylea Pollinger 5 points, Autumn Block 4 points and Kerigan Salmons 2 points.
The Lady Rebels went 5 of 15 from the charity stripe.
THS 8 9 7 5 = 29
LCHS 19 15 16 15 = 65
Lawrence Co. 55 Paintsville 49 ( Thursday ) Senior Night
The Lady Dawgs honored lone Senior Lexi Ratliff before the game and then went out and completed the sweep of the Lady Tigers behind Ratliff’s team high 17 points.
Brooke Neal nailed 5 three pointers for 15 points, Kensley Feltner 9 points, Ellie Webb 2 three pointers for 6 points, Kaison Ward 6 points and Tyra Hammond 2 points.
The Lady Bulldogs hit 10 three pointers and went 5-8 from the line.
Chloe Hannah led Paintsville with 22 points, Ava Hyden 14 points, Emilea Preece 9 points, Cameron Helton 3 points.
The Lady Tigers hit 6 three pointers and went 6 of 10 from the charity stripe.
PHS 12 5 13 18 = 49
LCHS 7 13 18 17 = 55
The Lady Dawgs will return to action Monday at Johnson Central and then finish out the regular season with a Home game with Martin Co. on Friday.
Lawrence Co. Head Coach Melinda Feltner
“… Very proud to our defensive effort tonight. Our energy and intensity was great. We want to build from this and continue to get ready for post season play. Very proud of our girls. We were fortunate to go 3-0 this week.”
“… Lexie has been a staple in our program since 2013. She is one of the first groups of girls I began with and am now seeing her through to her senior year. It’s an honor to coach these girls and watch them grow into wonderful young adults. She is a wonderful teammate as well as player for us. We aren’t finished with her yet. We have some unfinished business. We love her and appreciate everything she’s given to our program.”