Lady Dawgs grab win over McCreary

Posted February 1, 2017 at 9:36 am

The Lady Dawgs moved to 8-16 on the year after last week’s games.

Clinton County lost Tuesday night against Metcalfe County and again on Friday night to Allen County/Scottsville, but picked up a win on Saturday against McCreary County.

Clinton County 54

McCreary County 50

The Lady Bulldogs came off with a big win Saturday as Clinton County traveled to McCreary County to take on the Lady Raiders.

Clinton County took a commanding lead in the first quarter by putting up 19 points to McCreary County’s five.

Bree Boils hit two three pointers, along with one from Macy Campbell, one from Mackenzie Polston and one from Christina Collins to get the Lady Dawgs its commanding lead.

During the second quarter, Clinton County continued to maintain control of the game and put up 14 points in the second quarter compared to McCreary County’s nine for a 33-14 lead at the half.

The third quarter continued to favor Clinton County as the Lady Dawgs put up nine points. McCreary County posted 14 for the quarter, but at the end of the period, Clinton County still led by 14 points, 42-28.

The final quarter saw McCreary County begin to chip away at the lead. McCreary County outscored the Lady Dawgs 22-12 in the final period, however, it wasn’t enough to pull out the victory as the Lady Dawgs won by four points, 54-50.

Individual scoring for Clinton County was:

Campbell 14

Collins 13

Boils 11

Stockton 9

Polston 3

Beaty 3

Flowers 1

Clinton County 35

Allen Co./Scottsville 60

The Lady Dawgs hosted Allen County Friday night and the Lady Dawgs got off to a rocky start.

Allen County scored first with a three pointer, but that was followed by a three pointer from Alexis Roberts from the right side of the floor at the 7:20 mark.

The Lady Patriots then put together a 7-0 run to take a seven point lead, 10-3.

Clinton County’s Rylee Stockton hit a field goal at the 4:45 mark, but Allen County then finished the quarter with a 9-0 run for a 19-5 lead after one.

It was much the same during the second quarter, although Clinton County did manage to put several points on the board.

The Lady Dawgs cut the lead to five points at the 2:59 mark when Christina Collins made a basket, 26-21.

Clinton County finished the quarter hitting only one free throw while Allen County added five to its side of the board for a nine point lead at the half, 31-22.

During the third quarter, Allen County started to pull away even more and by the end of the period, the Lady Dawgs found itself down by 15 points, 47-32.

The final quarter didn’t see much scoring at all for the Lady Dawgs as Clinton County only posted three points compared to Allen County’s 13.

The Lady Dawgs lost the contest by a final score of 60-35.

Individual scoring for Clinton County was:

Collins 9

A. Roberts 7

Stockton 6

Campbell 6

Boils 3

I. Moons 3

Flowers 1

Clinton County 39

Metcalfe County 55

The Lady Dawgs fell to the Lady Hornets on Tuesday, which was a make up district matchup between the two teams.

With the loss, Clinton County finished the regular season district play at 0-6, which will make the Lady Dawgs the number four seed in the district tournament.

Metcalfe took control of the game early and jumped out to a 15 point lead on the Lady Dawgs in the first quarter, 20-5.

Clinton County’s Boils hit a three pointer in the second quarter and that was it for scoring from the Lady Dawgs as Metcalfe County put up 11 points before halftime, 31-8.

Clinton County had a big third quarter and put up 19 points during the eight minutes of play. Metcalfe County posted 10 points, but remained in control with a 41-19 lead over the Lady Dawgs.

During the final quarter, Clinton County scored 12 points compared to Metcalfe’s 14, but the damage had already been done in the first half. Metcalfe County finished the game with the win, 55-39.

Individual scoring for Clinton County was:

Campbell 10

Boils 9

Stockton 6

A. Roberts 6

Beaty 3

Flowers 3

Polston 2

Clinton County hosted Warren Central on Tuesday, too late for press deadline, and will host Holmes on Saturday.


Macy Campbell powered her way through the lane against Allen County/Scottsville Friday night.