Harlan rallies for overtime win at Lynn Camp


Kim Henson

Abbi Fields worked around a Williamsburg defender in action earlier this season. Fields and the Lady Dragons overcame an early 16-2 deficit to win in overtime at Lynn Camp on Saturday.

By Les DIxon, Corbin Times Tribune

CORBIN — The Lynn Camp Lady Wildcats came close to picking up one of their biggest wins of the season but saw a 16-2 first-quarter lead evaporate and turn into a 61-56 overtime loss on Saturday at home against Harlan.
Despite seeing Abby Mabe score 14 points and Jorja Cranes adding 11, the Lady Wildcats had no answer for Angel Wynn. She hit six 3-pointers and scored 22 point. Aymanni Wynn added 16 points. Emma Owens scored 15.
Lynn Camp hit two 3-pointers while receiving six points from Fanella to build a 16-2 first-quarter advantage.
Harlan cut its deficit to 24-21 at halftime and held a 39-37 advantage at the end of the third quarter before the Lady Wildcats were able to force overtime after outscoring the Lady Green Dragons, 11-9, during the final eight minutes of regulation.
Isabella Blevins hit two 3-pointers for Lynn Camp in overtime but it wasn’t enough as Harlan managed to outscore the Lady Wildcats, 13-8.
Lynn Camp (7-9) is scheduled to be back in action at home Tuesday against Corbin. Harlan (4-9) will play host to Middlesboro on Tuesday.


Abbie Jones, an eighth-grader, scored six points as the 3-6 Lady Dragons defeated Lynn Camp 20-19 in the junior varsity game.
Kaylee Clark and Annie Hoskins followed with five each. Emma Mulkey added four points.
Mackenzie Owens led the Lady Cats with 11 points. Julie Moore scored eight.

Harlan (61) — Emma Owens 15, Aymanni Wynn 16, Kylie Noe 5, Faith Hoskins 3, Angel Wynn 22.
Lynn Camp (56) — Lindsey Cox 3, Natalie Fanella 11, Jorja Carnes 11, Abby Mabe 14, Alissa Crumpler 4, Braylen Smith 2, Alyssa Mounce 2, Baileigh Blevins 9.

Harlan 2 19 18 9 13 — 61
Lynn Camp 16 8 13 11 8 — 56