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Sports : Braymer Claims GRC Sweep At Princeton
Posted by Tom on 2014/2/18 9:00:00 (152 reads) News by the same author

The Braymer Bobcats traveled to Princeton on Friday night, and took a pair of wins over the Tigers, in doubleheader action broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

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The Braymer girls broke open a close game in the second quarter, and blitzed Princeton in the second half, rolling to a 75-26 win. Madison Mallory led Braymer with 27 points, with Mallory Hughson adding 11, and Sadie Watson10. Paige Phillips scored 13 of Princeton's 26 points.

The Braymer boys grabbed a 65-56 win over the Tigers, with Logan O'Dell leading the Bobcats with 22 points. Dillon Hall chipped in 14, and Juan Brandon 11 to the winning cause. Princeton was led by Stephan Elliott with 19 points and Hunter Boxley with 10.

Here are other scores from Friday night:

GIRLS:
Marceline 48, Paris 41
Green City 44, LaPlata 34
Gallatin 69, South Harrison 51
Stanberry 55, Albany 24
King City 39, Maysville 35
Polo 77, Worth County 31
Newtown-Harris 37, East Harrison 34
Winston 57, Grundy R-5 33
Gilman City 56, Pattonsburg 45
Jefferson 45, Stewartsville 19
Hamilton 56, Mid-Buchanan 18
Lawson 57, West Platte 19
Linn County 47, Bevier 38
Lathrop 57, East Buchanan 25

BOYS:
Marceline 37, Paris 30
South Harrison 50, Gallatin 41
Worth County 79, Polo 52
Stanberry 75, Albany 47
King City 58, Maysville 45
East Harrison 51, Newtown-Harris 48
Grundy R-5 55, Winston 54
Pattonsburg 48, Gilman City 16
Stewartsville 46, Jefferson 44
Mid-Buchanan 71, Hamilton 66
West Platte 48, Lawson 43
Savannah 41, Chillicothe 33
Lafayette 58, LeBlond 35
Bevier 71, Linn County 49
Higginsville 64, Carrollton 38
Smithville 64, Cameron 49
East Buchanan 66, Lathrop 27

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