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Sports : Princeton Swept In GRC Doubleheader At Polo
Posted by Tom on 2014/1/22 8:50:00 (114 reads) News by the same author

The Polo Panthers claimed a pair of victories over the visting Princeton Tigers in Grand River Conference basketball action on Monday night.

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Polo won the girls contest by a score of 62-39, with Sidney Copeland leading a balanced Lady Panther attack with 15 points. Adriana Segar added 14, with Danielle Allen and Tabitha Poje both scoring 10 for Polo, now 11-3 overall and 2-0 in the GRC. Paige Phillips had 16 points and Maddie Enright seven for Princeton, losers of three straight.

The Princeton boys were defeated by Polo, 54-41, dropping the Tigers to 8-5 overall, and 0-2 in the Grand River Conference. Princeton will host South Harrison on Tuesday night at the PHS gymnasium, with the girls game at 6 o'clock, and boys to follow.

Here are other Monday night basketball scores of note from the region:

MACON TOURNAMENT: (All BOYS games)
Mexico 68, Macon 37
South Shelby 56, Centralia 51
Moberly 77, Brookfield 41

NORTH SHELBY TOURNAMENT:
(Girls) Marceline 59, LaPlata 42
(BOYS) Knox County 59, Marceline 43
(Girls) Marion County 53, North Shelby 39
(Boys) North Shelby 76, Schuyler County 61

BOYS:
Maysville 64, South Holt 57

GIRLS:
LeBlond 58, KC O'Hara 28
Cameron 46, Lathrop 36
Maysville 48, South Holt 37

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