Sunday, January 13, 2019

Arcanum Has Hot Hand in 3rd Quarter











After tying the game at halftime, the Trojans would go on a run out of the locker room and break the game open with hot shooting and a stingy defense to pull ahead with a lead that they would not relinquish. The team then showed patience as they stubbornly milked the clock with their lead and let the minutes bleed out – not leaving the Patriots enough time to rally back.  It would be a 60-52 win for the visiting Trojans.


Entire story to be published shortly at: Daily Advocate

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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Dayton Area Sports Jan. 7+

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  • Thursday, January 03, 2019

    RailRoaders Rev Engines in Second Quarter






    It took Bradford a quarter to shake off the holiday doldrums.  Both teams were lethargic in the beginning of the game.  Bradford was down 7-6 at the end of the 1st quarter.  But in the 2nd quarter the team revved their engines and North could not keep pace.  The RailRoaders would score 24 points while holding the Panthers scoreless.  Bradford did go with a smaller, quicker lineup in the 2nd quarter.  They were able to translate steals into points and in the half court offense, they began to hit their outside shots.

    Austy Miller had a hot streak in the 3rd quarter.  She had a hat trick of sorts - hitting 3 treys in a row. Then on the next possession she fell short only connecting for 2 points. She would end up being high scorer with 22 points.  The team kept up the intensity on defense and North could not answer. Bradford would win 53-17.

    Scoring for Bradford: Abby Gade 2; Austy Miller 22; Emma Cannan 11; Abby Fike 4; Karissa Weldy 2; Bianca Keener 4.


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