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Browning leads L/O to victory

Published: Friday, Jan. 31, 2014 1:48 p.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, Jan. 31, 2014 1:51 p.m. CDT

Shiela Browning warmed up nicely on a cold night in Paw Paw Thursday for LaMoille/Ohio in Little Ten Conference girls basketball action.

The Lady Lions senior guard fired in 25 points, including four 3-point baskets to lead the Lady Lions to a 63-31 win over the host Lady Bulldogs.

Ohio freshmen Jasmine Kahly (12) and Riley Johnson (8) combined for 20 points, each sinking two threes. Vanessa Martinez added 20 rebounds with seven points.

Prophetstown 74, Bureau Valley 30: The Lady Prophets seized a 26-2 first quarter and left no doubt Wednesday’s, cruising to a Three Rivers North victory. The Lady Prophets made 32 baskets, including six threes, Corrie Reiley led the Lady Prophets (23-2, 11-0) with 16 points

Helena Arnadottir and Lacey DeVenney each had six points for the Storm (7-13, 0-8).

Sherrard 62, Princeton 12: Six different players scored two points each for the Tigresses, who played the No. 5 Tigers (23-2, 11-0) even in the third quarter (6-6). PHS won the soph game 28-21 with Ivy Rhodes scoring 12 points and Brianna Legner hitting three key late free throws.

Annawan 66, Putnam County 50: The No. 1 Bravettes bested the No. 8 ranked Lady Panthers in a battle of area 1A state ranked teams at Annawan Thursday. The Bravettes, who defeated Henry 67-27 earlier Thursday, fell behind 14-10 in the first quarter, but rallied for a 33-25 halftime lead

Annawan coasted to victory without All-Stater Celina VanHyfte, who did not play, scoring a single point. Her sister, sophomore Morgan VanHyfte, stepped up with 20 points with Megan Foes adding 17, Cierra Davis 13 and Paige Randall 11.

Daniela Pavlovich led PC with 23 points.

Riverdale 51, Bureau Valley 45: Carlie Bickett had nine points and 12 rebounds, and Nicole Bornsheuer added nine points and 13 rebounds for Bureau Valley (7-14, 0-9) in defeat Thursday at the Storm Cellar.

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