User Login    
 + Register
Sports : Youthful Lady Cardinals Beat #1, Prepare For Rematch With North Andrew
Posted by Tom on 2014/3/6 13:37:34 (454 reads) News by the same author

The North Mercer girl's basketball team gave the Nodaway-Holt Lady Trojans their first loss of the season, winning 62-48 on Tuesday night at the St. Joseph Civic Arena, in a Class 1 sectional broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

Click to see original Image in a new window

The Lady Cardinals freshman trio of Nicole Kost, Bailey Owens, and Lindsay Wyatt combined to score 55 of Mercer's points, as the Lady Cardinals moved to 27-1 on the season, and ended the campaign for the #1 ranked Lady Trojans at 26-1. Megan Rosenbaum had 33 points to lead Nodaway-Holt.

Mercer dominated the first half, taking a 31-15 lead to the locker room. N-H made an early surge at Mercer early in the third quarter, cutting the lead to as close as eight points, but the Lady Cardinals responded with a finishing kick that kept the lead between nine and 14 points down the stretch.

At Liberty North High School, North Andrew rallied from a 21 point first half deficit, tied Orrick with a buzzer-beating "3" at the regulation horn, and defeated the Lady Bearcats by a score of 65-59. That result will bring a rematch to Grace Gymnasium at Bishop LeBlond High School (St. Joseph) on Saturday, with Mercer and North Andrew meeting in the Class 1 state quarterfinals at 1 o'clock. Pre-game will hit the air at 12:40 on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com, with Dennis Stephenson handling the play-by-play duties.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2015/7/30 14:21:48 - Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Missing Princeton Girl
2015/7/30 7:54:33 - Circuit Court In Trenton Sees A Variety Of Cases
2015/7/30 6:46:10 - Northwest Missouri Man Injured In Tuesday Night Accident
2015/7/30 6:40:44 - Two Trenton Residents Injured In Schuyler County Accident
2015/7/30 6:30:00 - Trenton Man Charged With Domestic Assault
2015/7/30 6:26:05 - Iowa Man Injured In Accident South Of Eagleville
2015/7/30 5:58:21 - Swine And Goat Show Results From North Central Missouri Fair
2015/7/30 4:29:28 - Facebook Scam Preyed On Grieving "Angel Mom"
2015/7/30 4:22:43 - Police: Inmate Assaults Missouri Corrections Officers In Escape Attempt
2015/7/30 4:17:44 - Effort Starts To Fight Kansas City's New Minimum Wage Law
2015/7/30 4:12:22 - J. C. Penney Employee: Boss Confronted Her Over Shorts She Bought At Same Store
2015/7/30 4:06:41 - Mother Charged After Toddler Found Unresponsive In Home Filled With Dead And Dying Animals
2015/7/30 3:56:29 - 4 Charged By Police With Burglary At Gallatin
2015/7/29 8:43:48 - Team Farmer Event At North Central Missouri Fair Canceled
2015/7/29 8:39:02 - Gallatin City Council Meets
2015/7/29 8:36:01 - Gallatin Man Arrested On Multiple Counts Of Child Porn
2015/7/29 6:39:38 - Habitat For Humanity To Hold Meeting At Chillicothe
2015/7/29 6:26:42 - Two Arrested By Chillicothe Police Involving Burglary At Gallatin
2015/7/29 5:55:46 - Breilly Roy Crowned North Central Missouri Fair Queen
2015/7/29 4:59:20 - Maysville Man, Congressional Candidate Charged In Drug Case
2015/7/29 4:46:00 - Inmate At Crossroads Correctional Center Dies
2015/7/29 4:42:28 - Cache Of Weapons Stolen From St. Joseph Pawn Shop
2015/7/29 4:40:00 - Authorities Investigate Amish Drinking Party In Livingston County
2015/7/29 4:39:22 - Diseased Wheat Plagues Farmers
2015/7/29 4:36:28 - Man Dies After Being Shot In Chest By Employee In Fight Near KU Hospital
2015/7/29 4:28:47 - Church Van On The Way To Branson Crashes Injuring 10 Children
2015/7/29 4:26:44 - Man Accused Of Using $476K In Employer's Funds For Strippers
2015/7/29 4:23:04 - Three Accused Of Stealing $70K Worth Of Toilet Paper
2015/7/29 4:15:37 - Kansas Man Faces 80 Year Prison Sentence For Raping 2 Kids Under 10 Years Old
2015/7/29 4:12:31 - Missouri Middle School Teacher Allegedly Used Tree House To Have Sexual Relations With Student



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Listen to KTTN-FM