This week, we have seen some amazing performances from several girls within the coverage area. Some have set career marks and others, individual accomplishments.
First we start with Southwestern guard Danay Fothergill. Earlier this season, she set the Southwestern school record for most point scored by any player, both boys and girls, and now as of December 28th, Fothergill surpassed the 2,000 point mark in a 56-50 win over Harlan.
Over at Barbourville, Lady Tigers guard Neysa Kelly has had one heck of a week. In games versus Dawson Springs, Rose Hill Christian and Lewis County, Kelly has dropped 21, 17 and 29 points respectively, including a total of nine three pointers versus Lewis Co. To give some perspective on just how impressive that is, the state record is 13 set by Claire Fuller of Feds Creek back in 1990. Kelly has been lights out this season as she has already connected for 7 or more three pointers made in a game several times this season.
And how about Perry Central guard Kendall Noble. Noble in a 74-61 win over Deland, Fl, she picked up the near impossible quadruple double with 19 points, 18 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals.