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Sports : South Harrison, Gallatin Claim GRC Tuesday Night Sweeps
Posted by Tom on 2014/1/22 10:50:00 (259 reads) News by the same author

The South Harrison Bulldogs and Gallatin Bulldogs won girls and boys basketball games in Grand River Conference play last night, with the Bethany teams traveling to Princeton, and Gallatin taking on Polo.

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The South Harrison Lady Bulldogs rolled to a 52-27 win over Princeton, while the South Harrison boys got a much stiffer challenge, but survived in a 54-50 overtime final. Corby Clark led South Harrison with 20 points, while Brant Faulkner scored 19 points and Stephan Elliott 14 for the Tigers. Faulkner scored his 1000th career point early in the first quarter. He came into the contest with 999 tallies over 2 1/2 seasons. For the Princeton girls, Fallon Priest had 10 points, with Kaylee Smith scoring 16 to lead South Harrison.

Gallatin had an easier-than-anticipated time with the Polo Panthers, with the Gallatin boys trouncing the Panthers, 66-25. Chris Cameron paced Gallatin with 16 points while Jacob Boyd added 10. The Bulldogs improve to 11-4 on the season. The Lady Bulldogs downed visiting Polo by a score of 71-39, with Bailey Maxwell scoring 17 points, Sara Lin 14, with Kaitlyn Hefley and Kailey Salmon each scoring 11 for Gallatin. Danielle Allen had 13 points and Sidney Copeland 11 for Polo.

Here are the rest of the area basketball scores from Tuesday, January 21, 2014:

GIRLS:
King City 52, Worth County 28
Maysville 53, Stanberry 37
Mercer 63, Pattonsburg 48
North Harrison 48, East Harrison 38
Meadville 48, Green City 31
Winston 57, Stewartsville 31
Gilman City 47, Newtown-Harris 31
Brookfield 68, South Shelby 56
Schuyler County 49, Scotland County 38
Knox County 72, Brashear 25
Slater 33, Salisbury 30
Atlanta 51, Tina-Avalon 30
Bevier 47, Northwestern 41

BOYS:
Braymer 61, Albany 50
Stanberry 67, Maysville 24
King City 66, Worth County 49
East Harrison 38, North Harrison 15
Winston 63, Stewartsville 52
Mercer beat Pattonsburg
Newtown-Harris 67, Gilman City 16
Meadville 56, Green City 36
Novinger 65, Linn County 37
Scotland County 69, LaPlata 66
Marion County 83, Brashear 30
Salisbury 74, Slater 37
Atlanta 75, Tina-Avalon 67
Northwestern 79, Bevier 43
Bucklin/Macon County 63, Breckenridge 30

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