Pavlovich nets 1,000 career point in PC win

Published: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013 3:45 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013 3:49 p.m. CDT
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Princeton’s Taylor Clark battles for a rebound against Midland Tuesday at Prouty Gym. PHS couldn’t shrug off a 17 percent shooting night, falling 34-29.

Daniela Pavlovich made her last shot a memorable one Monday night.

The Putnam County senior scored her 1,000th career point, finishing the night with 20 to lead the Lady Panthers to a 64-45 win over visiting Indian Creek.

Sisters Allison Voss (13) and Venessa Voss (12) combined for 25 points in the win.

Amboy 43, LaMoille/Ohio 29: Shiela Browning paced the Lady Lions in Tuesday’s nonconference road loss with 11 points. Vanessa Martinez had eight points with 10 rebounds.

L/O coach Dick Gross said 28 turnovers didn’t help their cause, “but the girls never quit.”

Midland 34, Princeton 29: The visiting Timberwolves scored the final four points of the second quarter to take an 18-14 halftime lead and the first 10 of the third quarter to go up 28-14. The Tigresses rallied strong in the fourth quarter, but ultimately, shooting just 17 percent (11-66) was too much too overcome.

“We had a lot of good shots in our offense, we just couldn’t get them down. We had a couple that seemed to go all the way down and then back out,” PHS coach Kevin Hieronymus said. “I’m proud of my girls how they keep playing hard and play as a team.”

Zoe Mead led PHS (1-5) with eight points and eight rebounds. Taylor Clark and Michaela Strom added six points each.

Brittany Foster had 10 points for Midland and hit two straight threes in the third quarter, Hieronymus said “broke our back”

Amboy 41, Bureau Valley 32: The host Lady Clippers got a jump start on Three Rivers Conference North Division play, defeating the Storm Monday night. Amboy stretched out a 25-18 halftime lead to 37-23 with a 12-5 third quarter run.

Sydney Wilhelm led all scorers with 15 points. Darcy Kepner had 11 for the Storm (4-3).

Orion 60, Princeton 22: The host Chargers used a 21-3 second-quarter run to open up a 47-11 halftime lead in the Three Rivers Conference opener at Orion Monday. Brianna Barajas, Strom and Mead each had four points for PHS (1-4).

Kewanee 44, Hall 30: The Boiler Girls used a 15-0 run to establish a 19-11 halftime lead and never looked back at Red Devil Gymnasium Monday. Raeshonda Chandler scored 18 second-half points and a game-high 26 points to carry the Boiler Girls (3-3, 1-0) to victory in the Three Rivers South opener for both clubs.

For Hall (3-4, 0-1), Brenna Faletti had 12 points and Becca Herman seven points with 10 rebounds.

Mendota 54, Rockford Christian 42: The Lady Trojans got scoring from four girls and that was more than enough to post a Big Northern win on the road Tuesday. Ally Bromenschenkel led Mendota with 18 points and her twin had 14. Mendota also got 11 each from Brooke Carroll and Amy Devitt.

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