Turner, hot from start to finish, drained 13 of 16 shots. He was six-of-seven from three-point range.
South Floyd shot 63.6 percent (28-of-44) from the field while making seven-of-13 three-point field goal attempts. The Raiders were 14-of-28 from the foul line.
Turner helped host South Floyd secure an early lead. South Floyd established an early advantage in the opening quarter, outscoring Paintsville 22-12. The Raiders were able to add to their lead in the second quarter, outscoring Paintsville 19-17 to lead 41-29 at halftime.
South Floyd led Paintsville 57-40 at the end of the third quarter.
Paintsville made the game interesting late, outscoring South Floyd 34-20 in an exciting final quarter.
Dakota Hall joined Turner in double figures, finishing with 24 points for the Raiders. Brandon Marson netted nine points while Dakota Newsome added five for the South Floyd boys’ basketball team. Luke Rhea and Tyler Daniels rounded out the South Floyd scoring with two points apiece.
Hall led South Floyd on the boards, securing 10 rebounds. Newsome corralled six rebounds while Marson grabbed five boards.
Josh Green paced Paintsville offensively, pushing in a team-high 26 points. Dustin Caldwell joined Green in double figures, adding 21 points for the Tigers.
David Slone pushed in eight points, Jordan Nezbeth netted seven and Timmy Sublett scored four in Paintsville’s setback. Matt Daniels and Seth Daniels scored three apiece and Josh Hall added two for the Tigers.
South Floyd 86, Lynn Camp 76: Dakota Newsome pushed in a game-high 27 points and Dakota Hall added 25 as South Floyd defeated Lynn Camp 86-76 in the Riverside Prep Showcase. Shannon Turner tossed in 18 points as three different South Floyd players reached double figures.
South Floyd shot 47.1 percent (33-of-70) from the field en route to the win. The Raiders were 22-of-32 (68.8 percent) from the free throw line.
Brandon Marson narrowly missed double figures, netting nine points for the Raiders. Tyler Daniels (four points), Luke Rhea (two points), Jacob Crager (two points) and Austin Bailey (one point) also scored for the Raiders.
Marson claimed a game-high eight rebounds for South Floyd while Turner and Newsome claimed five apiece.