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Sports : Cameron Lady Dragons Beat Lathrop For Bill Burns Title
Posted by Tom on 2014/1/20 9:05:21 (243 reads) News by the same author

The Cameron High School girl's basketball team rolled to a 55-36 victory over the Lathrop Lady Mules on Saturday night, winning the Bills Burns Tournament title at Lathrop High School.

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Melia Richardson controlled the guard position during the game, scoring 19 points for the defending Class 3 runner-up Lady Dragons. In the post, Ashli Lykins had 13 points and Taylor Hamilton 12 for CHS. Isabel Maddick scored 15 points and Katie Cordray 10 for Lathrop.

The Maysville girls won the third place game over East Buchanan on Friday night by a score of 57-40. Hannah McPike scored 18 points ,Rachel Boucher 14, and Danielle Boucher 12 for Maysville. Lauren McDonald led East Buchanan with 11 points.

The Benton JV was given a Friday night game in the Bill Burns Classic, and lost to Polo 63-24. Sidney Copeland led Polo with 24 points.

The East Buchanan Bulldogs won the boys championship game on Friday night, 63-53 over Holden. Zac Johnson led the Bulldogs with 24 points, with Brent Schultz scoring 18, and Eddie Kilgore 11 points. Van Horn beat Lathrop in the boys third place game, 64-40. On Friday night, Northland Christian downed Maysville in the consolation final, 55-46.

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