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Sports : Chillicothe Wins "Lady Hornets" Battle At NCMC Holiday Hoops
Posted by Tom on 2013/12/27 10:33:12 (390 reads) News by the same author

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets have beaten the Penney Lady Hornets for the second time within a month, with a 55-43 final score on Thursday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton.

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The victory for Chillicothe came exactly one month after a season-opening win (on November 26th) against Hamilton. In Thursday night's victory, Chillicothe was led by Katelyn Parkey with 14 points, with Whitney Clampitt scoring 12, and Hannah Jones 10 points.

Here are the other scores from Thursday at NCMC Holiday Hoops:
Girls - Hale 45, East Harrison 44
Boys - East Harrison 73, Hale 36
Girls - Gilman City 38, Green City 37
Boys - Green City 83, Gilman City 19
Girls - Princeton 47, Carrollton 46
Boys - Hamilton 50, Carrollton 49

Here is FRIDAY'S schedule from the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton:

Girls at 9:00 AM : Brashear vs. North Harrison
Boys at 10:30 AM : Brashear vs. North Harrison
Girls at 12:00 PM : Mercer vs. Maysville
Boys at 1:30 PM : Mercer vs. Maysville
Girls at 4:00 PM : Warrenton vs. Richmond
Boys at 5:30 PM : Warrenton vs. Maryville
Girls at 7:00 PM : Lawson vs. Kirksville
Boys at 8:30 PM : Lawson vs. Meadville

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