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Girls’ basketball

Published: Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 2:36 p.m. CDT
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(BCR photo/Hal Adkins)
Ragen Forbes drives for LaMoille/Ohio in Thursday’s game vs. Leland/Earlville at LaMoille.

Putnam County 39, Roanoke-Benson 31: Carly Gonet scored 11 points and Daniela Pavolich and Stephanie Wilson added nine each as the Lady Panthers improved to 7-2 with the Tri-County Conference win at R.M. Germano Gymnasium Thursday night in Granville.

Prophetstown 62, St. Bede 33: The 1-2 punch of Cassie Reiley and Riley Walters packed a wallop for the Lady Prophets Thursday. Reiley scored 12 points in the first quarter and Walters added 10 to stake Prophetstown to a 27-11 lead. Reiley finished the night with a game-high 20 points and Walters had 15 in the win for the Lady Prophets.

Laura Sickley paced the Lady Bruins (4-7) with eight points and Mo Dean and Raley Mauck added six each.

Leland/Earlville 39, LaMoille/Ohio 30: Musich scored 18 points to lead the Lady Raiders to a Little Ten Conference win at LaMoille Thursday. For the Lady Lions, Ragen Forbes had eight points, Shiela Browning seven points and Alissa Schrader six points. Kaitlyn Hughes pulled down 17 rebounds

Mendota 49, Princeton 6: Tori Schimmer led the Lady Trojans (6-2) with 17 points off the bench Thursday at Prouty Gymnasium. Ally Bromenschenckel added 11 points and Amy Devitt had 10. Zoe Mead scored four points for PHS (2-7).

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