LEES CREEK – Unbeaten Williamsburg went on a 28-4 run in the second half Thursday and posted a blowout of what was once a close game with East Clinton. The Lady Wildcats finished off a 61-33 win for their 14th win of the season without a loss. They are 9-0 in the SBAAC National Division. East Clinton is 9-6 overall and 4-4 in the conference. Kaitlin Durbin had 11 points for East Clinton, eight of which were scored in the third period. Paige Lilly had nine points.
NEW RICHMOND – Thomas Myers’ basket in the waning seconds lifted Clinton-Massie to a 51-50 win over New Richmond Saturday in SBAAC American Division basketball action. The win puts the Falcons at 4-2 overall and 1-1 in the division. The Lions go to 3-5, 1-1. “That was way too close,” CM coach Todd Cook said. Myers led Clinton-Massie with 15 points but Drew Settlemyre had a hot hand from beyond the three-point arc and finished with 11 points. Griffin Laake had 10 points.
WILMINGTON – Mya Jackson led Wilmington High School to a record setting night Thursday during a 97-26 win over Batavia in SBAAC American Division girls basketball action at Fred Summers Court. Jackson scored a WHS girls single game record 45 points, edging Katrina Butcher’s 42 points established on Feb. 9, 1989. The slick WHS junior guard, being courted by numerous Division I colleges, admits she knew about the single-game total but doesn’t approach a game with 42 in mind.
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Selecting a term
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