J. Alder girls hoopsters triumph


Jonathan Alder’s girls hoop squad upped its record to 10-2 with a 70-34 romp over Springfield Shawnee on Saturday.
JA took a 25-13 lead into the second quarter and then limited Shawnee to four points during that set.
Jonathan Alder held a 41-17 advantage at halftime and took a 59-28 margin into the final eight minutes of action.
Jonathan Alder
Bourquin 6-1-16, Jones 6-2-15, Walbom 6-3-15, Ferrito 5-0-10, Shepherd 3-0-6, Wilson 2-0-4, Zawodny 1-0-3, Salzler 0-1-1. Totals 29-7-70.
Three-point goals: Bourquin 3, Jones 1, Zawodny 1.
Springfield Shawnee
Malicki 4-4-12, Beers 3-0-6, Applin 1-4-6, Spitzer 2-0-4, Barnes 1-0-3, Ballard 1-0-3. Totals 12-8-34.
Three-point goals: Barnes 1, Ballard 1.

Monarchs fall
Marysville’s boys (6-5) dropped a 65-42 verdict at Bishop Watterson.
The Monarchs trailed, 19-15, after the opening period and 34-29 by the end of the first half.
The Eagles expanded their upper hand to 48-32 by the end of the third stanza.
Garrett Taylor led MHS with 22 points.
Bruzzese 9-0-21, Graney 4-2-11, Boone 2-3-8, Crane 3-0-8, Hoying 3-0-7, Inithar 0-5-5, Grayem 1-1-3, Oduro 1-0-2. Totals 23-11-65.
Three-point goals: Bruzzese 3, Crane 2, Graney 1, Boone 1, Hoying 1.
Taylor 8-6-22, Christian 2-3-9, E. Brown 2-0-5, Barlow 1-1-3, Schaeffer 1-0-2, Duke 0-1-1, Focht 0-0-0, Mills 0-0-0, Hamilton 0-0-0, Kessler 0-0-0, N. Brown 0-0-0. Totals 14-11-42.
Three-point goals: Christian 2, E. Brown 1.

FHS girls drop game
The Lady Panthers slipped to 5-7 with a 59-40 loss against Greeneview.
Macy Miller led FHS with 15 points and 12 rebounds.
Also scoring for the Lady Panthers were Elaina Lahmers-seven, Bella Rowland-five, Megan Rausch-four, Dani Headings-four, Lillian Miller-two, Gracie Pyers-two and Emma Kugel-one.

Record still perfect
The St. John’s girls are 11-0 after two recent victories.
The Lady Jaguars beat Marysville Red, 22-16.
Grace Gorton and Mya Balderson each tallied six points for St. John’s.
Gorton finished with nine rebounds, four steals and a pair of assists.
No stats were available for Marysville Red.
The Jaguars rolled past Torah, 36-4.
Anna Lynch led with eight points.
Also scoring werre Sara Lynch-six, McKenna Fonner-five, Balderson-four, Hannah Boehm-four, Gorton-two, Allie Boyd-two, Emma Hamilton-two and Avery Gallmeyer-one.

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