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Saturday, January 27, 2018

Shawnee Strikes Down South

Preble Shawnee      30  13  18  5  66
Twin Valley South     8    8    9   6  31

Shawnee Leading Scorer: Nicole Sims 19

TVS Leading Scorer: Mylan Crews 13

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Tigers Frozen Out Against Panthers

The pregame featured an award ceremony for North's Audrey Stupp.  She recently set a single game record for North - scoring 43 points. This eclipsed Rachael Heindl's single game record of 40 points. Current TCN  Coach O'Dell held the record previous to this with 29 points.  Pictured above is a 'Triple Threat' of top scorers.

Ansonia was cold shooting from the field against Tri-County North.  They ran with the Panthers in the 1st quarter when the play was focused on transition. They were only behind by 5 – 19 to 14. It began at a fast pace with both teams running the court.  But when the game settled down into a half court pace, that change favored North.  They scored both inside and outside.  Meanwhile Ansonia was cold in their half court sets.  A 10 point half time deficit grew and by games end it was 65-44 in favor of North.... 

Full story at: Daily Advocate

Patriots Top Panthers

Tri-Village  12  13  11  15  51
TV South    0    7    2   12  21

Scoring for Tri-Village: A. Bietry 12, E. Printz 11, M. Downing 8, L Siler 7, Flory 4, T.Porter 4, K Burke 4, M Foreman 1

Scoring for Twin Valley South: Kelsie Shafer 9, Mckenzie Neal 7, Mylan Crews 5

In the losing effort Mylan Crews captured the career steals record at Twin Valley South with 258 now on the season with still 7 games yet to play. Mylan topped Cindy Shannon's career record from 1991.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

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Sports of a different sort

Sunsite Model Boat Racing on Facebook:

Sunsite Racing Group on Facebook

Looking for new members for this upcoming racing season.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Battered Blackhawks Begin Tough Week

Mississinawa Valley is in the middle of a rough stretch.  Two of their varsity players were recently injured in a car crash and are undergoing a concussion protocol.  So 2 down is tough enough for any team.  Then the Blackhawks lost their league leading rebounder Sidnie Hunt to an accident at a skating rink over the weekend.  Hunt had dislocated a finger and was also not available for the game.   So when it rains – it pours for the Blackhawks.  Three players down, the Blackhawks limped into Tuesdays game against the Panthers.  Their youth and inexperience showed as North had their way in a 55-18 victory.

Complete story at Daily Advocate

Game pics

Panthers Bedeviled by Brookville

The two teams played close in the first half, but Brookville gradually pulled away in the 2nd half for a 10 point win.

Brookville  2  9  13  15  39
TVS           5  5   8   11  29

Scoring for Brookville: Bronner 12, Wheat 9, Pistone 6, Mason 4, Kimberlin 4, Surber 2, Smart 2, 

Scoring for TVS: Kelsie Shafer 11, Evelyn Woodgeard 6, Abby Bingham 5, Madison Johnson 3, Taylor Bowers 2, Mylan Crews 2