HS Roundup 1/10: Peterson paces Catholic Central against Mechanicsburg

The Catholic Central girls basketball team rode a hot start, beating Mechanicsburg 53-46 on Thursday night.
Abbigail Peterson led Catholic Central with 18 points and Malloy Mullen added 13.
Mechanicsburg’s Emma Violet scored 13 points, Emma Jones added 11 and Grace Forrest tacked on 11.
Catholic Central are now 9-3.
Girls Basketball
Bradford 57, Twin Valley South 25: Austy Miller of Bradford dropped in 22 points and Emma Canan tacked on 12. Twin Valley South’s Makenzie Neal scored 10 points.

Dayton Christian 56, East Dayton Christian 32: Dayton Christian’s Camryn Colllinsworth led with 13 points, Bailey Peterson added 12 and Kayla Ogburn tacked on 11.
Dunbar 45, Stivers 28: Samaria Brown led Dunbar with 12.
Fort Loramie 72, Fairlawn 13: Fort Loramie’s Ava Sholtis and Taylor Ratermann both recorded 12 points.
Miami East 68, Newton 35: Morgan Haney scored 28 points for Miami East. Mallory Dunlevy tallied 10 points for Newton.
National Trail 61, Mississinawa Valley 41: Sidnie Hunt recorded 13 points for Mississinawa Valley and Kya Lavy added 12.
Oakwood 62, Eaton 51: Kylie Neff dropped 21 points to lead Oakwood, Margie Conrath added 14 and Lauren Hapgood tacked on 11. Eaton’s Lexi Miller recorded 14 points and Emily Dungan added 10.
Triad 36, Madison Plains 28: Frani LeVan and Cati LeVan both recorded 11 points.
Tri-Village 44, Covington 35: Tri-Village was led by Meghan Downing with 14 points and Maddie Downing with 12. Covington’s Samantha Whiteman scored 12 points.
Versailles 45, New Knoxville 35: Caitlin McEldowney and Danielle Kunk of Versailles both scored 11 points and Lindsay Winner added 10. Carly Fledderjohann and Jacklyn Leffel both recorded 11 points for New Knoxville.
West Liberty-Salem 43, Greenon 35: West Liberty-Salem’s Gabby Hollar dropped 17 points and Grace Estes added 10. Delaney Benedict scored 13 points for Greenon.
Girls Swimming
Coldwater 101, South Adams 53: Coldwater High School defeated South Adams High School for the first time in school history.

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