ROUNDUP: FC boys beat Corydon, lose to Kentucky’s Meade County Print

Floyd Central took a road trip to Meade County Ky. and eventually lost in overtime, but rebounded with a 59-41 home win last Friday against Corydon Central.
Against Corydon, the Highlanders got off to a fast start, claiming a 17-8 lead at the end of one.
Helping them in their fast start was Quinton Miller. He poured in seven of his 12 points including a three-pointer.
Corydon kept the deficit there through the second and third quarters, but FC got hot in the fourth to put the game away.
FC outscored the Panthers 20-9 over the final eight minutes.
Jordan Thompson scored six of his 12 points during the run and Nick Bomersbach got five of his 13.
Earlier last week, the Highlanders fell behind 17-12 at the end of the first quarter, but trimmed the deficit to one, 22-21 at halftime.
FC carried the momentum from the second quarter into the third and lead by three, 33-30, heading into the fourth.
Mead County fought back and tied the score, forcing over-time. The hosts then went on a 9-2 run in the overtime to seal the win.
Miller was the only player in double figures for the Highlanders. He tossed in 18 points.
With the loss, FC falls to 5-6 on the season.
FC is back in action Friday and Saturday. They host Jeffersonville Friday, before traveling to Ramsey to battle North Harrison Saturday.

SC beats Borden
Silver Creek played well for the first three quarters in a 52-36  Jan. 3 against Clark County rival Borden.
The Lady Dragons led 12-7 at the end of the first quarter and increased the margin to 10, 29-19 at halftime.
The lead continued to increase in the third as SC outscored Borden 10-4.
The Lady Braves won the fourth quarter, outscoring Silver Creek 14-13 over the final eight minutes.
Borden, which fell to 7-3 overall, was led in scoring by Allison Rademacher with 12 points and Erin Mikel added 10.
Five other Lady Braves found their way into the scoring column.
Borden is back in action Thursday against Orleans and then will travel to Seymour Saturday for a Saturday afternoon showdown.

Lanesville losses
The Lanesville Lady Eagles led for much of their Jan. 3 contest against visiting South Central, but eventually lost in over-time to the Lady Rebels, 46-45.
Lanesville turned an 8-6 deficit at the end of the first quarter into to an 18-16 advantage at halftime.
The Lady Eagles maintained a three-point lead, 31-28 heading into the final eight minutes.
SC outscored Lanesville by one in both the fourth and overtime periods.