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Sports : Lathrop Cruises To Hamilton Tournament Title
Posted by Tom on 2014/2/4 8:10:00 (313 reads) News by the same author

The Lathrop Lady Mules used a strong inside game from tournament MVP Katie Cordray, and timely shooting from Amanda Gannon, to defeat Trenton on Saturday night, 53-36.

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The championship games of the Hamilton Tournament were broadcast on Saturday night on KTTN FM 92.3. Isabel Maddick led Lathrop in the win from 18 points, with Gannon adding 16, and Katie Cordray 15 points. Lathrop is now 16-4 on the season, with two of those wins (the first coming on January 3rd) over Trenton. The Lady Bulldogs had eight points each from Cassidy Cotton, Whitley Richman, and Makaila Capeder. Trenton falls to 14-6 on the campaign.

The boys championship game saw Gallatin defeat Trenton, 64-56, evening the season series between the two boys rivals, 64-56. Jacob Boyd had 22 points and Chris Cameron 17 for Gallatin. For Trenton, Chris Flowers had 17 points, Chase Tolson 13, and Cree Mullenix 11.

The Braymer boys won a high-scoring third place game against South Harrison, 88-67, while the Gallatin Lady Bulldogs won their third place game against South Harrison, 75-61, giving the "Bethany Lady Bulldogs" their second loss in a row, and third on the season.

Friday night's consolation finals turned into a neighborhood doubleheader between Highway 13 foes Polo and Hamilton. In a low-scoring girls game, the Lady Hornets won 24-20. The boys game went in favor of Hamilton as well, 66-44.

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