Thursday, December 30, 2010

Royals rally for a 56-46 victory over Montgomery County

The Mason County Royals got off to a good start, but had a bad finish in a loss to Madison Central Wednesday. Today, the Royals started bad and finished strong to beat the Montgomery County Indians 56-46 in the third place of the Gateway Holiday Classic at Montgomery County.
The Indians jumped out to an 11-0 lead and were up 28-14 in the second quarter. Mason County pulled to within eight points by the end of the half, and outscored Montgomery County 18-6 in the third quarter. Montgomery County hit five three-pointers in the first quarter and none the rest of the game. Treg Setty and Tyler Black both had double-doubles and were named to the all-tournament team. Setty had 21 points and 12 rebounds. Black scored 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds- seven on the offensive end. Cody Hamm gave the Royals a spark off the bench with a career-high eight points. Mason County had 20 offensive rebounds and had 18 second chance points to just four for Montgomery County. The Royals play at Campbell County Tuesday night.

Mason County (5-5) Gilbert 6, Black 11, Setty 21, Harris 9, Henry 1, Hamm 8
Montgomery County (6-6) Prewitt 7, Handshoe 16, Fruth 5, Asberry 5, Mulling 7, Dotson 4,
Crisp 2

Mason County FG 41.4% 3 PT FG 16.7% FT 35.3% REB 44 TO 11
Montgomery County FG 36.4% 3 PT FG 22.7% FT 81.8% TO 14

Mason County 08 14 18 16-56
Montgomery County 21 09 06 10-46

  • Treg Setty moved past his brother, Trevor, into 19th place on the Royals' all-time scoring list with 1,055 career points.

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