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Last updated: July 18. 2013 7:24PM - 112 Views
STEVE LeMASTER
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EASTERN - Host Allen Central registered a key 58th District/Floyd County Conference win Friday night, defeating South Floyd 54-39 at J.E. Campbell Arena.


Allen Central led at the end of each quarter on its way to posting the win.


Excelling late in the district/conference contest, Allen Central outscored visiting South Floyd 15-2 in the fourth quarter.


The Rebels notched their first win, improving to 1-3. Allen Central had suffered losses to Pikeville, Betsy Layne and June Buchanan in games played earlier in the season.


South Floyd remained winless, slipping to 0-3. The Raiders have also dropped games to defending 15th Region champion Johnson Central and Cordia.


Senior Josh Wiley led the Allen Central offensive attack with a game-high 20 points. Sophomore guard Mason Nelson, a talented young scorer, added 17 points for the Rebels.


Allen Central outscored South Floyd 15-10 in the first quarter and led 27-21 at at halftime.


But South Floyd wouldn’t go away. The Raiders made the game interesting in the second half, outscoring Allen Central 16-12 in the third quarter.


However, the momentum South Floyd had going was halted with Allen Central’s dominant 15-2 run in the final period.


Allen Central was 21-for-51 from the field. The Rebels’ outing included a five-for-12 effort from 3-point range.


Allen Central was seven-of-11 from the free throw line.


Sophomore Dillon Lawson scored six points and Cameron Hamilton added five for the Rebels.


Tyler Daniels paced South Floyd with 16 points.


The Allen Central-South Floyd girls’ basketball game wasn’t nearly as close. The Lady Rebels rolled to a 75-26 win over the South Floyd girls, improving to 4-0.


The Lady Raiders remained winless, dropping to 0-5.


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