Craig Harris/Macon County Times Red Boiling Springs High senior Haley Davis made four 3-pointers and scored 14 points as the Lady Bulldogs captured a 65-57 victory over South Oldham (Kentucky) in Saturday evening’s Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic consolation game.

Craig Harris/Macon County Times

Red Boiling Springs High senior Haley Davis made four 3-pointers and scored 14 points as the Lady Bulldogs captured a 65-57 victory over South Oldham (Kentucky) in Saturday evening’s Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic consolation game.

ALBANY, Ky. -- The Red Boiling Springs girls basketball team captured third place in the Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic, capturing a 65-57 victory over South Oldham (Kentucky) on Saturday evening at Clinton County (Kentucky) High School.

The Lady Bulldogs won their first two games of pool play before suffering a 66-59 loss to Jackson County on Saturday afternoon in their final game of pool play. That dropped RBS into the third-place game.

Jackson County fell to Wayne County (Kentucky) in Saturday evening's championship game.

The Lady Bulldogs opened pool play with a 64-49 victory over McCreary Central (Kentucky) on Thursday afternoon.

RBS started slow, with two baskets from Kennedy Fleming accounting for all of the offense that they produced in the first quarter. The Lady Bulldogs trailed 14-4 entering the second stanza, but freshman point guard Claire Fleming scored six points in the second period, helping her squad out to a 20-19 lead by halftime.

Then, RBS senior guard Haley Davis erupted for 14 points in the third quarter, making four 3-pointers. That helped the Lady Bulldogs extend their lead to 11 points (45-34) entering the final period.

Junior teammate Liz Anderson made two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as RBS pulled away.

Davis was one of four Lady Bulldogs who scored in double figures, finishing with 17 points. Kennedy Fleming (13 points), Claire Fleming (12) and Anderson (10) also produced double digits, followed by Briley Morgan (5 points), Lindsay Randolph (4) and Bailey Massengille (3).

Davis was selected as the tournament's player of the game.

Allyson Anderson led the Lady Raiders offensively with a game-high 19 points, and teammate Kennedy Creekmore provided 11 points.

• RBS followed that with a 57-29 victory over Gallatin County (Kentucky) on Friday evening.

The Lady Bulldogs dominated play from the outset, with Kennedy Fleming scoring 12 of her game-high 15 points in the first quarter as her squad built a 19-9 lead.

Then, Davis scored eight points in the second stanza for a 34-14 advantage at halftime.

The margin swelled to 27 points (48-21) entering the fourth quarter.

Davis backed Kennedy Fleming's offensive production with 12 points, followed by Anderson (10), Massengille (5), Randolph (4), Brianna Thompson (4), Morgan (3), Claire Fleming (2) and Graycee West (2).

RBS made nine 3-pointers and 6 of 7 free-throw attempts.

Kennedy Fleming was selected as the player of the game.

Ellen Oldendick led the Lady Wildcats offensively with 10 points.

• The Lady Bulldogs were outscored 22-9 in the fourth quarter of the loss to Jackson County.

RBS led at the end of each of the first three quarters.

Kennedy Fleming scored nine points in the first quarter as the Lady Bulldogs took a 21-13 lead into the second stanza, and she pitched in six more points in the second period to help her squad build a 36-27 lead by halftime.

RBS took a six-point advantage (50-44) into the final period, but the Lady Generals made 11 of 12 free throws in the fourth quarter.

Sophomore point guard Eden Lakes scored 13 of her 14 points over the final eight minutes -- sinking 7 of 8 free-throw attempts -- to propel the Jackson County comeback.

Senior forward Taya Davis led the Lady Generals offensively with 17 points. She was one of four Jackson County players to score in double figures.

Kennedy Fleming poured in a game-high 24 points, and Claire Fleming provided 16 points. Morgan and Davis had nine and seven points, respectively, and Anderson contributed three points.

• The Lady Bulldogs had to hold off South Oldham in the consolation game.

Morgan scored eight first-quarter points as RBS led 17-14 after one period of play, and the lead increased to seven points (35-28) by halftime.

The Lady Dragons pulled to within two points (43-41) entering the fourth quarter, and Davis scored 11 points over the final eight minutes, including three 3-pointers.

Davis made four 3-pointers, and both Anderson and Morgan made three each.

The Lady Bulldogs made 12 3-pointers and 7 of 8 free-throw attempts.

Morgan scored a team-high 15 points and was selected as the player of the game, and both Davis and Claire Fleming provided 14 points.

The rest of the RBS scoring includes: Anderson 9 points, Kennedy Fleming 9, Randolph 2 and Thompson 2.

Sierra Kemelgor and MiKaila Bowden led South Oldham offensively with 16 and 15 points, respectively.

The Lady Bulldogs -- who finished as the tournament runner-up last season -- improved to 11-3.