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Sports : Princeton swept in Friday night games at King City
Posted by Tom on 2013/2/19 9:00:00 (270 reads) News by the same author

The Princeton girls and boys, in Friday night action broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com, lost a pair of games in King City against the host Wildkats, ending their 2012-2013 regular seasons with defeats.

King City won the girls game against Princeton by a score of 53-47, with Morgan Miller leading King City with 24 points, while Princeton had 28 points from Nancy Berwanger and 13 from Paige Philips.

In the boy's game, King City rolled over Princeton by the final score of 64-34. Caleb Eiberger scored 23 points and John Spiking 21 for the victorious Wildkats, while Brant Faulkner had 21 points and Devin Purvis 10 for the Tigers.

Other final scores from Friday night were:

GIRLS:
Union Star 41, Tri-County 34
Gallatin 48, Stanberry 37
Pattonsburg 68, Grundy R-5 46
East Buchanan 66, St. Joseph Christian 33
Gilman City 42, Ridgeway 32
Lawson 62, University Academy 26
Mercer 86, Cainsville 39
Knox County 59, Scotland County 48
Brookfield 75, Clark County 49
North Shelby 42, Milan 39
Bucklin/Macon County 52, Green City 43
St. Joseph Benton 53, Bishop LeBlond 18
Chillicothe 58, Cameron 55
Smithville 46, St. Joseph Lafayette 21
Plattsburg 46, Tarkio 41

BOYS:
Grundy R-5 69, Pattonsburg 39
Cameron 53, Chillicothe 50
North Shelby 60, Milan 33
St. Joseph Lafayette 66, Smithville 48
Bishop LeBlond 50, St. Joseph Benton 37
East Buchanan 63, St. Joseph Christian 47
Union Star 66, Tri-County 36
Stanberry 51, Gallatin 48 (OT)
Lawson 50, University Academy 46
Maryville 58, Savannah 56
Knox County 56, Scotland County 41
Bucklin/Macon County 50, Green City 36
Plattsburg 81, Tarkio 61

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