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Jayme Gilbert had a triple-double (10 points, 11 assists, 12 rebounds and six steals) in a win at Knox Central. She also scored 19 vs. Corbin.

Manchester Enterprise - Thursday, February 6, 2002 - Page C1

Clay's 2nd half charge
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Senior Amanda Gilbert scores 21 of her game high 25 after intermission in 65-40 win

In their sixth game in 10 days, Clay County (15-4) played up-and-down against Corbin in the first half Monday but played more up than down in the second half and routed the visitors 65-40. Freshman Jayme "Skooly" Gilbert (eight points) and Monica Bowling had the hot hand early as the Lady Tigers raced to a 21-8 lead. The two combined for 15 of the first 21 points. But the Lady Redhounds, behind the play of reserve Katie Atkins' eight points, battled-back to within 27-22 at the break.

Clay's senior forward Amanda Gilbert, along with sister "Skooly", caught fire in the third period, scoring nine and seven points, respectively, to help gain a 48-31 lead. The elder Gilbert added 12 more points in the final period before leaving with 3:01 remaining, finishing the night with a game high 25 points. "Skooly" ended the game with 17 points; Bowling added 10, all in the first half; Priscilla Wagers scored nine; Paige Jackson had two; Amanda House and Meleah Roberts each scored one. Atkins led Corbin (9-10) with 12; Jamie Bonza added 11.

Friday's game

Lady Tigers 64, Knox Central 28

Clay County (15-4) scored the games first 10 points and stretched the lead to 20-3 en route to the lopsided road win. Senior Amanda Gilbert scored all 16 of her points in the first half as Clay built a 43-19 lead. Priscilla Wagers, the teams other senior, also finished with 16 points. Guard Jayme "Skooly" Gilbert had a rare triple-doulble on the night. The freshman scored 10 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, dished out 13 assists and added six steals.

Kari Ealy tossed in six points for Clay; Monica Bowling and Amanda House added four apiece; Jenna Wilson, Deronna Moore; Paige Jackson and Maleah Roberts each had two. The game was Clay's fifth in seven days. Clay County played without the services of 6-1 sophomore Kelly Jones who suffered a broken arm the game before against Jackson County. She will miss the rest of the season.

Tuesday January 28, 2003

Lady Tigers 47, Cumberland 35

Wednesday January 29, 2003

Jackson County 58, Lady Tigers 44

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