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Area high school basketball highlights for Feb. 16


Boys Basketball

Graham 60, Kenton Ridge 55: Graham shot 23-of-36 from the foul line.

Grant Goddard led Graham with 22 points. Floyd Lowry scored 13.

Carl Justice and Jordan Goodfellow each scored 12 for Kenton Ridge. Aaron Davis had 11.

Girls Basketball

Greeneview 82, East Clinton 36: Ashton Lovely led Greeneview with 27 points, six assists. Sophie Sonneman had 13 points, 10 rebounds and five steals.

Tippecanoe 62, Graham 40: Lindsey Black led Graham with 21. Halee Printz had 19 for Tipp.

Mechanicsburg 71, Lehman Catholic 43: Mechanicsburg out-scored Lehman 23-8 in the first quarter.

Jamie Dodane had 26 for the Indians. Courtney Romero scored 14, Brooke Dodane 12 and Jordan Hux 10.

Julie Harrelson led Lehman with 16. Ava Schmitz scored 12.


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