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Monday, February 21
43rd District Tournament: Round 1, Dunbar's season comes to an end

Paul Dunbar 48, Tates Creek 54:

Early run fuels Tates Creek's win over Dunbar

When Tates Creek sophomore Katie Pippen turned an ankle in warm-ups before Monday's night's 43rd District tournament opener against Paul Dunbar, Commodores Coach Justin Cheatham thought bad luck had struck his team again.

Tates Creek's roster was wrecked by injury and sickness throughout the regular season, so this looked like just one more cruel blow.

"I really didn't know if Katie would be able to play," Cheatham said. "I thought, What else can go wrong?' "

As things turned out, good fortune finally smiled on the Commodores. Pippen not only played, the smooth-shooting left-hander pumped in 14 points to help Tates Creek to a 54-48 victory over Dunbar at Lafayette.

The Commodores advance to face top-seeded Lexington Catholic in the district semifinals Wednesday night.

"Despite all they've been through this year, these kids haven't quit," Cheatham said. "They're very coachable. They came out tonight and did a great job executing the game plan offensively and defensively.

"They deserve this."

Peyton Hisel, a 6-foot-1 junior, led Tates Creek with 22 points and 15 rebounds.

She and Pippen helped break open the game, combining for 19 points in a 23-1 run that pushed the Commodores to a 31-11 halftime lead.

The key to that blitz?

"We were comfortable out there, playing good defense, looking for the wide-open shot and just having fun," Hisel said. "Having fun, that was the key."

Dunbar, which beat the Commodores during the regular season, couldn't find the basket in the first half of the rematch. The Bulldogs shot 14 percent (4-for-28).

They finally started to find the range in the second half and made a strong comeback. Kierra Muhammad was a big part of the rally as she hit four three-pointers.

Tates Creek got timely points from Oney Harrison, Lexi Whaley, Michaela Drake and Dominique Etling-Turner to keep their team in front down the stretch.

Dunbar kept whittling away at Tates Creek's lead. After Morgan McEldowney hit a three to make it 52-45, Indya Raglin's steal and three-point play pulled the Bulldogs to within 52-48 with 1:14 left.

But the rally ended there. Dunbar went cold again, and Tates Creek held on for its 10th win of the season.

"It got a little crazy there at the end," Cheatham said.

"It was a game of runs, but that's what makes it fun, especially at tournament time when anything can happen."

Muhammad led Dunbar with 14 points. McEldowney added 11.

Tates Creek (10-19) — Hisel 8-14 5-6 22, Pippen 5-9 1-2 14, Whaley 3-8 1-2 7, Tichenor 1-2 0-0 2, Etling-Turner 1-1 2-2 4, Drake 0-2 1-2 1, Harrison 1-5 2-5 4. Totals 19-41 12-19 54.

Paul Dunbar (12-13) — Haney 2-11 1-2 7, Fender 2-14 0-2 4, Muhammad 4-15 2-4 14, Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Grabmayer 1-1 0-0 2, Edwards 0-2 0-0 0, McEldowney 5-6 0-0 11, Raglin 1-4 1-1 3, Parks 3-10 1-2 7. Totals 18-64 5-11 48.

Tates Creek 6 25 11 12—54

Paul Dunbar 6 5 20 17—48



Saturday, February 19
43rd District Tournament, 1st Round

Paul Dunbar vs. Tates Creek

Date: Monday, February 21, 2011

Time: 6:15pm

Where: Lafayette High School



Friday, February 18
Dunbar upsets Bryan Station on Senior Night

Paul Dunbar 59, Bryan Station 56:

The timing was perfect for Paul Laurence Dunbar to pull an upset.

The Bulldogs, celebrating Senior Night in their regular-season finale, led from start to finish in knocking off visiting Bryan Station 59-56.

Dunbar (12-12) pulled to .500 and avenged a pair of losses to Bryan Station earlier this season — 73-67 in the Fayette County Invitational on Dec. 21, and 57-46 on Jan. 25.

"It was a huge night," said Christin Haney, one of two seniors on the winning squad. "It feels good to win on Senior Night.

"We knew we could do it. We just had to really work hard. I had faith in my team there at the end, and they did well."

Things got interesting as Dunbar let a 16-point second-half lead dwindle to two in the final seconds.

"Good prep for going into the district tournament," Coach Amy Tilley said. "I'm glad we got that scenario for us, so when we get to tournament time we know there's no blowouts."

The Bulldogs head into the 43rd District tourney, Monday at Lafayette, to face Tates Creek.

Sophomore post player Lakeena Parks scored 13 of Dunbar's first 17 points, finishing with 19 points and 14 rebounds.

"I've been telling her all year that she can do that," Tilley said. "She's capable of doing that every single night."

Haney added 14 points and Kierra Muhammad had 13.

Serena Sandusky led Bryan Station with 14 points and Carrington Caise had 12. Hallie Crumbie totaled 11 points and 13 rebounds.

No. 23 Bryan Station (22-5) opens play in the 42nd District tourney Wednesday, playing host to Henry Clay.

Defenders Coach Karra Jackson knows it's difficult to beat a team three times in a season.

"Yeah, it is," she said, "and when you don't come out ready to play it's even harder. That's what killed us.

"That's the difference this time of year. This time of year, you shouldn't have to come out dead, with no passion, no enthusiasm. It's the last game of the season. I think you should come out ready to play."

Still, the Defenders' furious finish put them in position to pull the game out.

After forcing the last of Dunbar's 26 turnovers with about 30 seconds left, trailing 58-56, Bryan Station took time out with 14.2 seconds left.

A traveling call gave the ball back.

Dunbar's Kierra Muhammad left the door open again, making one of two free throws at :10.5.

After another timeout, the best Bryan Station could do was a forced shot from the corner by Marissa Prince that didn't come close.

"The last six minutes, yeah, we did a good job," Jackson said. "But the first 26, no."

Bryan Station (22-5) Caise 12, Prince 6, Sandusky 14, Clark 4, A. Crumbie 6, H. Crumbie 11, Frazier 3.

Paul Dunbar (12-12) Fender 6, Muhammad 13, Haney 14, Grabmayer 0, Parks 19, McEldowney 7.

Bryan Station 10 10 16 20—56

Paul Dunbar 18 9 21 11—59



Thursday, February 17
The Lady Bulldogs struggled against the Lady Indians

Paul Dunbar 53, Madison Central 76:

Sophomore guard Kierra Muhammad led Dunbar (11-12) with 13 points.
Senior forward Jenna Cornelison made the most of Senior Night, scoring 28 points and grabbing 11 rebounds to lead host Madison Central (18-9) over Paul Dunbar 76-53. Senior guard Erica Parks added 16 points and six rebounds.

Paul Dunbar (11-12) -- Harvey 7, Fender 12, Muhammad 13, McEldowney 6, Parks 11, Raglin 3.

Madison Central (18-9) -- Cornelison 28, Parks 16, Congleton 7, Hinkle 3, Miller 5, Brooks 9, Feldhaus 8.

Paul Dunbar      18      6      12      17        53

Madison Central      23      18      22      13        76



Tuesday, February 15
The Lady Bulldogs hold off Franklin Co. Lady Flyers

Paul Dunbar 58, Franklin Co. 53:

Sophomore forward LaKeena Parks scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as host Paul Dunbar held off Franklin County 58-53. Sophomore Kierra Muhammad also had 15 points for the Lady Bulldogs.

Franklin Co. (17-11) -- Rivers 5, Mello 4, Brown 11, Timmons 10, Hack 6, Mayes 17.

Paul Dunbar (11-11) -- Haney 6, Fender 6, Muhammad 15, McEldowney 6, Parks 15, Raglin 6, Brown 4.

Franklin Co.      10      14      15      14        53

Paul Dunbar      14      12      15      17        58



Saturday, February 12
The Lady Bulldogs turn back the visiting Lady Yellow Jackets from Middlesboro

Paul Dunbar 85, Middlesboro 50:

Paul Dunbar (10-11) -- Haney 19, Fender 7, Muhammad 18, McEldowney 8, Parks 18, Grabmayer 2, Raglin 3, Hieronymus 2, Kelsey 4, Todd 2, Brown 2.

 

Middlesboro (7-11) -- Mason 10, Moyers 11, Padgett 7, Stephaney 17, K. Hensley 2, B. Hensley 2, Turner 1.  Paul Dunbar      24      19      21      21        85

Middlesboro      17      9      19      5        50



Thursday, February 10
The Lady Bulldogs falls to host Henry Clay Lady Blue Devils

Paul Dunbar 58, Henry Clay 69:

Sophomore guard Jordin Fender and sophomore forward LaKeena Parks had 12 each for Dunbar.  Senior guard Candace Morton scored 31 points to lead host Henry Clay to a 69-58 victory over Paul Dunbar. Junior forward Sydney Dunham added 19 for the Lady Devils, who rallied for 32 points in the fourth quarter.



Wednesday, February 9
Tonight's games canceled due to weather

All Paul Dunbar games vs. Tates Creek has been canceled due to inclement weather.  Games may be rescheduled.



Saturday, February 5
Muhammad's 28 points leads the Lady Bulldogs over the Yellow Jackets

Paul Dunbar 61, Woodford Co. 50:

Paul Dunbar (9-10) closed the game with a 21-9 run to beat host Woodford County 61-50. Sophomore guard Kierra Muhammad scored a game-high 28 points for the Bulldogs. Eighth-grade forward Chelsey Ford had 14 for Woodford County (19-4).

Paul Dunbar (9-10) -- Muhammad 28, Haney 10, Raglin 4, Parks 5, McEldowney 5, Fender 7, Pollard 2.
Woodford Co. (19-4) -- Kelley 7, Fletcher 12, Lucas 3, H. Morgan 2, J. Morgan 6, McClentoch 3, Ford 14.

Paul Dunbar      14      12      14      21        61

Woodford Co.      10      17      14      9        50



Thursday, February 3
Lady Bulldogs falls to district rival

Paul Dunbar 45, Lafayette 61

Dunbar was led by Christin Haney (13 points) and Jordin Fender (12).  Shomari Kendrick had 18 points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and six steals to lead host Lafayette (11-11) to a 61-45 win over Paul Dunbar (8-9). Emily Justice and Sarah Martin added 12 points apiece, and Jeriana Gillespie had nine assists.

Paul Dunbar (8-9) -- Fender 12, Muhammad 8, Haney 13, Edwards 1, McEldowney 3, Parks 8.

Lafayette (11-11) -- Graham 10, Martin 12, Gillespie 3, Justice 12, Mynear 6, Kendrick 18.



Monday, January 31
Lady Bulldogs falls to the Lady Knights

Paul Dunbar 43, Lexington Catholic 47:

Lexington Catholic, ranked 20th in Dave Cantrall's Rating the State, led by as many as 12 points and never trailed in a 47-43 victory against visiting Paul Dunbar.

Lexington Catholic (14-9) struggled from three-point range, hitting just one of its 12 attempts. But the Lady Knights came up big inside, outscoring Dunbar 24-8 in the paint.

Octavia Wilson led the Lady Knights with 16 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals. Elizabeth Walton contributed 10 points, five rebounds and four blocked shots, and Emily Johns had seven points, nine rebounds and three assists.

The Lady Bulldogs (8-9) got 17 points from Christin Haney, who was 5-for-8 from three-point range. Kierra Muhammad added 10 points, seven rebounds and six assists, and Morgan McEldowney added eight points and five rebounds.

Paul Dunbar (8-9) -- McEldowney 8, Parks 2, Todd 4, Muhammad 10, Haney 17, Raglin 2.  

Lexington Catholic (14-9) -- Johns 7, Walton 10, Cawood 6, Rhule 4, Wilson 16, Blake 2, Browning 2. 

Paul Dunbar      7      15      10      11        43

Lexington Catholic      18      9      10      10       47

 

Additional Game Report by Prep Hoops.



Friday, January 28
The Lady Bulldogs out runs the Lady Eagles

Paul Dunbar 54, LCA 44:

LaKeena Parks had 16 points and eight rebounds to lead Paul Dunbar to a 54-44 victory at Lexington Christian. Christin Haney added 12 points for Dunbar and Kelli Rhinehart had 17 for LCA.



Tuesday, January 25
Lady Bulldogs on TV

Friday, January 28, 2011

Paul Dunbar vs. LCA - Televised Game on CWKYT (Insight Channel 5 @ 6:00pm)



Tuesday, January 25
Lady Bulldogs falls at #15 Bryan Station Lady Defenders

Paul Dunbar 46, Bryan Station 57:

Paul Dunbar -- Muhammad 21, Haney 2, Raglin 4, McEldowney 2, Parks 11, Brown 6.

Bryan Station (17-2) -- McCoy 3, Stennis 2, Stevenson 3, Caise 2, Prince 12, Sandusky 14, Clark 11, McCoy.

Paul Dunbar      10      10      14      12        46

Bryan Station      8      13      17      19        57



Saturday, January 15
Lady Bulldogs lose two in a row

Paul Dunbar 47, Perry Co. Central 65

Paul Dunbar (8-8) -- Muhammad 7, Haney 14, Parks 8, McEledowney 4, Raglin 12, Brown 2.

Perry Co. Central (13-2) -- Noble 13, Back 9, Rankin 21, Napier 15, Pratt 5, Bowen 2. 

Paul Dunbar      13      9      13     12        47
Perry Co. Central      16      11      15      23        65



Friday, January 14
Lady Bulldogs loses a tight one in over-time to the Lady Knights

Paul Dunbar 66, Lexington Catholic 67: O/T

Octavia Wilson hit a three-pointer with less than a second to go to give Lexington Catholic, ranked 23rd in Dave Cantrall's Rating the State, a 67-66 victory at Paul Dunbar. Wilson was the only Lady Knight to reach double figures in scoring with 31. Alex Botkin and Emily Johns both had eight points and 12 rebounds.

Paul Dunbar was led by Lakeena Parks and Christin Haney, who scored 18 and 16 points, respectively.

Lexington Catholic (9-8) -- Botkin 8, Johns 8, Walton 4, Rhule 6, Wilson 31, Cawood 8, Blake 2.

Paul Dunbar (7-6) -- McEldowney 4, Parks 18, Todd 2, Muhammad 13, Haney 16, Raglin 10, Jackson 3. 

Lexington Catholic      14      17      16      10      10        67

Paul Dunbar      9      15      20      13      9        66

Additional Game Report by Prep Hoops: 



Tuesday, January 11
Woodford Co. Game Rescheduled
Paul Dunbar vs. Woodford Co. game has been rescheduled due to inclement weather to Feb. 5th at 7:00pm -- Varsity Only.

Friday, January 8
MLK Classic Game Results

Paul Dunbar 58, St. Patrick 37:

 

St. Patrick (5-7) -- Mosler 6, Douglas 6, Tolle 11, Hamilton 5, Swolsky 3, Yeary 4.  

Paul Dunbar (6-5) -- Fender 2, Muhammad 21, Haney 7, Todd 2, Raglin 1, Parks 12, McEldowney 7, Brown 2, Jackson 2. 

St. Patrick      8      15      10     4        37

Paul Dunbar      14      12      14      18        58

 

 

Other Games: 

Lafayette 45, Walton-Verona 58

Lafayette failed to hold a 23-19 lead and fell to Walton-Verona 58-45 in the MLK Classic at Dunbar. Shomari Kendrick led Lafayette (9-7) with 13 points and 11 rebounds.  

Tates Creek 34, Nelson Co. 46

Nelson County (7-8) dominated Tates Creek (5-10) in the second half and won 46-34 in the MLK Classic at Dunbar. Nelson County outscored the Lady Commodores 32-16 in the second half. Sophomore Katie Pippen had 14 points for Tates Creek. 

Bryan Station 53, Anderson Co. 45

Senior guard Marissa Prince went 4-for-8 from three-point range and scored 14 points to lead No. 21 Bryan Station (13-1) to a 53-45 win over Anderson County (10-5) in the MLK Classic at Paul Laurence Dunbar. 

Henry Clay 55, Southwestern 64

Senior Candace Morton scored 22 points, but Henry Clay lost to Southwestern 64-55 in the MLK Classic at Dunbar.



Friday, January 7
Lady Bulldogs pounced the Lady Royals

Paul Dunbar 66, Mason Co. Lady Royals 47:

Senior guard Christin Haney led the lady bulldogs with 32 points.

Mason Co. -- Smith 16, Menke 5, Moore 8, Morton 3, Moran 7, Butler 6, Weddle 2.

Paul Dunbar -- Todd 6, Raglin 4, Muhammad 7, Haney 32, Grabmayer 9, Edwards 1, Hieronymus 2, Pollard 5. 

Mason Co.      10      11      5      21       47

Paul Dunbar      12      12      16      26        66

 



Tuesday, January 4
Dunbar Ladybulldogs routed by the Lady Generals

Paul Dunbar 31, Lafayette 48:

Lafayette got a triple-double from Shomari Kendrick in a 48-31 victory at Paul Dunbar. Kendrick went 8-for-14 from the field and 4-for-4 from the line to score 21 points to go with 16 rebounds and 10 blocked shots. Jariana Gillespie added six points, eight assists and seven steals for the Lady Generals.

Paul Dunbar was led by LaKeena Parks, who had 10 points and seven rebounds. Jordin Fender added six points, five rebounds and four steals.

Lafayette (9-6) -- Graham 6, Martin 6, Gillespie 6, Kendrick 20, Justice 2, Mynear 8.

 

 

Paul Dunbar (5-5) -- Fender 6, Muhammad 9, Parks 10, Haney 2, McEldowney 2, Raglin 2. 

Lafayette      10      12      16      10        48

Paul Dunbar      8      7      8      8        31

Additional Game Report by Prep Hoops:



Wednesday, December 22
IHigh Fayette Invitational - Game 3

Paul Dunbar 85, Holmes 51:

Paul Dunbar forced 39 turnovers and had 17 steals in an 85-51 rout of Holmes. Morgan McEldowney and Lakeena Parks scored 16 points apiece for Dunbar. Parks had 11 rebounds and McEldowney had nine. Christin Haney added 11 points, seven assists and a team-high five steals.

Paul Dunbar (5-4) – Fender 6, Muhammad 12, Jackson 2, McEldowney 16, Parks 16, Haney 11, Grabmayer 4, Ragland 14, Edwards 2, Green 2.

 

Holmes (4-5) – Kilburn 11, Holder 15, Mayes 11, Johnson 8, Williams 4, Roland 2.

 

Paul Dunbar      19      23      29      14        85

Holmes      5      16      11      19        51



Tuesday, December 21
IHigh Fayette Invitational - Game 2

Paul Dunbar 67, Bryan Station 73:

Paul Dunbar (4-4) – Fender 5, Muhammad 21, Haney 11, McEldowney 11, Parks 17, Ragland 2.

 

Bryan Station (7-1) – Stevenson 3, Caise 5, Prince 4, Sandusky 16, Stennis 15, A. Crumbie 15, H. Crumbie 6, Clark 4, McCoy 2, Lambert 3.

 

Paul Dunbar      18      9      15      25        67

Bryan Station      10      25      17      21        73



Monday, December 20
IHigh Fayette Invitational - Game 1

Paul Dunbar 74, Sheldon Clark 73:

Paul Dunbar pulled out a close victory against Sheldon Clark, getting 29 points, from junior Morgan McEldowney in a 74-73 victory at home.

Paul Dunbar (4-3) – Fender 9, Muhammad 9, Haney 16, McEldowney 29, Ragland 7, Parks 4.

 

Sheldon Clark (2-1) – Carla Booth 26, Cas. Booth 5, Hammonds 2, Newsome 17, Porter 17, Garcia 4.

 

Paul Dunbar      14      19      17      24        74

Sheldon Clark      13      18      21      21        73



Tuesday, December 14
Lady Bulldogs out run by the Lady Bearcats

Paul Dunbar 55, Anderson Co. 79:

Freshman guard Makenzie Cann had 19 points, eight assists and five rebounds to lead hos Anderson County past Paul Dunbar 79-55. Freshman forward Eriel McKee added 16 points and 12 rebounds for the winners (4-1).

Kierra Muhammad led the Lady Bulldogs (3-3) with 18 points.

Paul Dunbar (3-3) -- Mohammed 18, Fender 8, McEldowney 9, Parks 4, Haney 13, Raglin 3.  Anderson Co. (4-1) -- McDowell 12, Brown 11, Cann 19, Stewart 6, McKee 16, Whiteside 13, Pike 2.

Paul Dunbar      10      18      8      19        55

Anderson Co.      22      22      11      24        79



Saturday, December 11
The Defender Classic

Paul Dunbar 76, Simon Kenton 60:

Sophomore guard Kierra Muhammad had 22 points, seven steals and five rebounds to lead Paul Dunbar to a 76-60 victory over Simon Kenton in the Defender Classic at Bryan Station. Sophomore forward LaKeena Parks added 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Defender Classic-Bryan Station
Simon Kenton (3-1)--Wainscott 13, Stevenson 18, Owings 9, Cook 7, Blevins 6, Webb 2, Carr 2, Or 2, Hurt 1.

Paul Dunbar (3-2)--Muhammad 22, Haney 11, Fender 11, Parks 11, McEldowney 13, Raglin 3, Jackson 3, Edwards 2. 

Simon Kenton      19      8      14      19        60

Paul Dunbar      17      19      20      20       76



Thursday, December 9
Lady Bulldogs tops the Lady Commodores of Tates Creek

Paul Dunbar 67, Tates Creek 55:

Leading by one point after three quarters, host Paul Dunbar (2-2) closed the game with a 25-14 run to beat Tates Creek 67-55. Sophomore center Lakeena Parks had 24 points and 10 rebounds for Paul Dunbar. Junior forward Morgan McEldowney added 10 rebounds. Junior center Peyton Hisel led Tates Creek (1-3) with 14 points.  

Tates Creek (1-3) -- Hisel 14, Etling-Turner 11, Harrison 10, Whaley 7, Pippen 6, Cummins 4, Drake 2, Tichenor 1.

 

Paul Dunbar (2-2) -- Parks 24, Muhammad 13, Fender 12, Raglin 8, McEldowney 5, Haney 4, Kelsey 1.   

Tates Creek      9      19      13      14        55  

Paul Dunbar      16      7      19      25        67



Tuesday, December 7
Lady Bulldogs routs cross town rival Henry Clay Lady Blue Devils
Paul Dunbar 58, Henry Clay 36:

Wednesday, December 1
Lady Bulldogs drops game two to the Scott Co. Lady Cards

Paul Dunbar 72, Scott Co. 80:

Scott County raced out to a 49-30 lead at halftime on their way to a 80-71 victory over Dunbar.  The victorious Lady Cardinals increased the lead to 30 points in the third quarter before Coach Helton began subbing players.

5-11 Fr. Iman Guy led Scott County with 14 points and seven rebounds. 

5-10 Sr. Kristen Stainback added 13 points.  5-11 Fr. Tereka Guyn recorded 12 points and five rebounds.

5-2 So. Kierra Muhammad led Dunbar with 22 points.  5-9 Jr. Morgan McEldowney and 5-2 So. Jordin Fender each recorded 13 points.

Paul Dunbar (72) – McEldowney 13, Fender 13, Parks 8, Haney 7, Muhammad 22, Raglin 4, Grabmayer 2, Kelsey 3.

Scott County (80) – Guyn 12, Guy 14, McKenzie 9, Stainback 13, Christopher 9, Jackson 2, Logsdon 6, Eaton 3, Huellemeir 6, Tevis 1  xxxx 5.

Paul Dunbar    15  15  11  31  -  71

Scott County   20  29  13  18  -  80

Additional Game Report by Prep Hoops:



Monday, November 29
Lady Bulldogs drops season opener to LCA Lady Eagles

Dunbar Lady Bulldogs 52, LCA Lady Eagles 58:

Kelli Rinehart scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Lexington Christian past host Paul Dunbar 58-52. The Eagles led 25-24 at halftime and an 8-0 run in the third quarter put the game away. Kristin Jacob added 14 points and 12 rebounds for LCA. Kierra Muhammad paced Paul Dunbar with 14 points.

Lexington Christian (1-0) -- Cox 6, Mitcheson 6, Bundy 7, Rinehart 24, Jacob 14, Evans 1. 

 

Paul Dunbar (0-1) -- Haney 11, Fender 2, Mohammed 14, Ragland 6, Parks 8, McEldowney 11.

Lexington Christian     12     13     15     18        58

Paul Dunbar     18     6    11     17        52



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