LANCASTER — Friday’s game looked like neither team had played basketball in a week. That was the case for both teams, with both teams not playing since Jan. 9. Boyle County was the one to shake off the rust best, toppling Garrard 58-47. McKayla Baker led all scorers with 18 points as the Rebels improved to 3-0 in district play. Baker scored all 11 points for the Rebels in the first quarter, and a slow second quarter finished with the two teams tied at 18. But in the third quarter, Boyle broke loose.
LANCASTER — Boyle County battled foul trouble but had the answers Friday in Lancaster. The Rebels shot 60 percent in the second half to stride past Garrard County 77-61 to improve to 3-0 in the 45th District. Bryce Slone sat for most of the first half with foul trouble, and three other Boyle starters were limited to a cheering role on the bench due to fouls. But the Rebels’ bench kept the team in the game and allowed for a hot-shooting second half to carry them to victory.
Mercer County girls basketball has played more games out of state than in Harrodsburg this season. The top-ranked Titans have backed up their road play, too, with tournament wins in the Queen of the Commonwealth (held at Bullitt East) and in Naples, Florida. Mercer head coach Chris Souder said his team is approaching the season no different than in years past, but he’s seen his stellar seniors step up in a different area this year.
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Selecting a term
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