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Area high school highlights for Feb. 6


Centerville 71, Springfield 9: The visiting Elks (19-1) had little trouble in this contest against the Wildcats (1-19).

Tecumseh 69, Ben Logan 56: Bianca Quisenberry poured in 36 points with 11 steals for the host Arrows (21-1). Tecumseh shot 22-of-26 from the foul line in the contest.

Stebbins 42, Urbana 36: Desiree Kirkendoll and Briana Williams each had 10 points for the host Indians (10-11). Trischa Lacy had 23 for the Hillclimbers (9-12).

Kenton Ridge 90, Graham 36: The host Cougars (17-4) won easily, led by Paige McCrary with 26 points and 11 rebounds and Samantha Wiederkehr with 14 points and 13 rebounds.

Greenon 48, Northwestern 36: Heather Slaughter tallied 15 points and Jenna Robertson added 13 for the host Knights (15-6).


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