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Sports : Cameron Girls "Rip The Rams", Move To Class 3 Quarterfinals
Posted by Tom on 2014/3/6 15:27:02 (222 reads) News by the same author

The defending Class 3 runner-up Cameron Lady Dragons appear in prime form to make another trip to Columbia, moving one win away from that goal after a 68-43 win over Hogan Prep on Wednesday night.

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CHS played one of its most complete games of the season, with Ashli Lykins leading the way with 20 points. Taylor Hamilton added 16 with Melia Richardson contributing 13. Cameron, with the win, improves to 24-5 on the season, and moves into a 4 o'clock state quarterfinal with El Dorado Springs on Saturday at the Independence Events Center. EDS adanced with a 79-58 victory against Lafayette County (Higginsville).

The Hogan Prep Lady Rams, in finishing the season with a record of 17-10, had Kierra Isaiah with 21 points and Briane Herraford with 18.

Other Class 3 girl's sectional results from Wednesday night were:

Saxony Lutheran 65, Twin Rivers 36
St. Peters Lutheran 72, Carnahan 44
Hermann 62, Cardinal Ritter 43
Palmyra 49, Boonville 45
Fatima 52, Licking 33
Ash Grove 59, Stafford

Class 2 boy's sectional results were:
West Platte 64, East Buchanan 48
Advance 63, New Haven 52
Sedalia Sacred Heart 83, Skyline 48
Canton 69, Northeast (Cairo) 62
Father Tolton 69, Linn 49
Iberia 84, Gainsville 80 (3 OT's)
Crane 59, Greenfield 37
South Pemiscot vs. Thayer, 8 PM Thursday at Bloomfield HS

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