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Sports : Princeton girls win FIFTH game in a row, routing Albany 61-31
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/6 20:48:23 (397 reads) News by the same author

The Princeton Lady Tigers are playing some of the best basketball of any team in the region, winning their fifth game in a row on Tuesday night, 61-31 over the visiting Albany Lady Warriors, in Grand River Conference action from Princeton broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com. The win improves Princeton's record to 12-10 on the season.

Nancy Berwanger led the Lady Tiger attack with 27 points, with sophomore forward Paige Phillips adding 20. For Albany, Kristie Sorenson had 10 points.

The Princeton boys led at the half, and trailed Albany by only ONE point in a Tuesday night upset bid against Albany, but the veteran Warriors outscored Princeton 21-10 over the final quarter, picking up a 61-49 road win.

Albany was paced by sophomore Drew Cottrill with 18 points, with Tyler Lupfer adding 12, Drew Bain 11, and Rudy Sagun 10 points. Princeton, in falling to 7-14 on the season, had 14 points from Brant Faulkner, 13 from Justin Hamilton, and 11 points from Devin Purvis.

Albany will play Stanberry on Friday night, with Princeton traveling to Braymer. Next week, the Tigers finish the regular season at home against Gallatin (Tuesday) and at King City (Friday, February 15th on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com). The Princeton girls have been seeded #5 and the Princeton boys #7 for their district tournament, starting on Monday, February 18th at Gallatin High School. The Princeton girls and boys will each play South Harrison in the quarterfinal round.

Here is the high school basketball scoreboard for Tuesday, February 5, 2013:

GIRLS:
Cainsville 66, Grundy R-5 36
Chillicothe 46, Maryville 32
Marceline 53, Salisbury 42
Brookfield 66, South Shelby 62
North Harrison 48, Newtown-Harris 40
Gallatin 48, Maysville 42 (OT)
North Mercer 87, Tri-County 15
Gilman City 50, Winston 40
Benton 38, Lafayette 26
Cameron 62, Bishop LeBlond 36
King City 51, Braymer 46
Pattonsburg 57, Ridgeway 20
Polo 46, Stanberry 30
South Harrison 70, Worth County 34
Lathrop 62, Plattsburg 49
Jefferson 38, NE Nodaway 19
Lawson 57, North Platte 23
Osborn 41, Stewartsville 38
West Platte 47, Mid-Buchanan 26

BOYS:
Grundy R-5 49, Cainsville 23
Salisbury 64, Marceline 36
South Shelby 84, Brookfield 42
Newtown-Harris 85, North Harrison 43
Gallatin 57, Maysville 40
North Mercer 89, Tri-County 51
Winston 30, Gilman City 27
Ridgeway 64, Pattonburg 36
Smithville 59, Savannah 44
Stanberry 61, Polo 29
West Platte 64, Mid-Buchanan 39
South Harrison 90, Worth County 55 (Kaid Hendren with a SCHOOL RECORD 51 POINTS!!!!!)
Lawson 54, North Platte 37
Lathrop 56, Plattsburg 44
East Buchanan 54, Hamilton 34
Stewartsville 65, Osborn 57
Braymer 51, King City 30

CLAA Tournament Quarterfinals:

Girls:
Norborne 64, Breckenridge 23
Meadville 40, Hale 34 (OT)

Boys:
Meadville 96, Bosworth 29
Norborne 56, Tina-Avalon 50

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