Roundup of weekend action

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FLEMING COUNTY 3, MASON COUNTY 1 (BOYS SOCCER)

Fleming County was able to grab a victory Saturday night against rival Mason County on the pitch.

The Panthers secured a 3-1 victory over the Royals, getting goals from Brett Kropp, Ethan Purvis and Hayden Ramey.

Hunter Hicks provided the lone assist as Fleming imrpoved to 10-5-1 on the season. They’ll return to action, Monday, at Boyd County in a 8 p.m. start.

The Royals dropped to 6-6-1 with the loss and also return to action on Monday when they host Peebles.

AUGUSTA, ST. PATRICK RUN AT ROY WRIGHT INVITATIONAL (CROSS COUNTRY)

The St. Patrick and Augusta boys’ cross country teams took to the course in Rowan County and came away with some top 20 individual finishes.

The top area finisher was St. Patrick’s Paco Franco in 13th place with a time of 20:17, Augusta’s Seth Fouts was right behind him in 14th (20:21), while his teammate Conner Snapp placed 16th (20:33), Willie Franco of St. Patrick, 18th (20:56), rounded out the area finishers. The two will head to the Buffalo Trace Conference Meet on Wednesday at Mason County’s course.

FILLIE FALL FLING NOT SO FRIENDLY (VOLLEYBALL)

Fleming County and Bracken County headed to the Fillie Fall Fling at Harrison County and came out with a 1-7 record combined. The lone win came from the Lady Bears, topping Montgomery County 2-1 (25-20, 15-25, 17-16).

Bracken took losses to North Hardin, Bourbon County and Williamstown while the Lady Panthers lost to Ludlow, Harrison County, Williamstown and Bourbon County.

TEE TIMES SET FOR STATE (GOLF)

The boys’ and girls’ KHSAA state golf tournaments begin in Bowling Green this week with the girls’ starting off play on Tuesday. Mason County’s Charity Arn will tee off on hole No. 10 at 11:57 a.m., while teammate Haley White tees off at 12:06 p.m. If the two make the cut, they’ll advance to the final round on Wednesday.

The boys’ tournament begins on Friday as Mason County’s Mason Butler tees of on No. 10 at 11:48 a.m., while Lewis County’s Logan Liles takes aim at 8:39 a.m., also on No. 10. If the two make the cut, final round play is Saturday.

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