Princeton splits GRC road games at Worth County

Date 2013/2/2 18:20:00 | Topic: Sports

The Princeton girls and boys, in Friday night hoops action broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and 'Internet TV', split a pair of varsity games at Worth County High School. The Princeton girls won the opener, 57-49, with the Worth County boys rallying in the fourth quarter to take the nightcap, 65-57.
The PHS Lady Tigers, in their victory, were led by 22 points from Nancy Berwanger and 17 from Paige Phillips. Kaitlyn Davidson scored 13 points in the loss for Worth County.

The Princeton boys had leads of 31-29 at halftime, and 46-44 after three quarters at Worth County, but failed to close the door in the fourth quarter, as poor shooting doomed PHS late, in a 65-57 loss in Grant City. Brant Faulkner and Devin Purvis both scored 18 points for Princeton, with Bryce Ross scoring a game-high 31 points on courtwarming night for Worth County. Christopher Alarcon added 11 for the victorious Tigers.

Here are the rest of the scores from Friday, February 1, 2013:

GIRLS:
Lafayette 44, Cameron 41
Maysville 57, Albany 15
Plattsburg 47, Mid-Buchanan 12
Gallatin 54, King City 36
Hamilton 56, Lawson 44
South Harrison 60, Stanberry 23
Knox County 63, Milan 47
Mercer 64, North Harrison 28
East Buchanan 51, West Platte 25
Jefferson 46, Osborn 15
Hardin-Central 48, Winston 38
Cainsville 54, Gilman City 43
Palmyra 65, Brookfield 54
Marceline 56, Slater 33
Putnam County 45, Newtown-Harris 34

BOYS:
Gallatin 51, King City 36
Knox County 67, Milan 31
Lafayette 71, Cameron 41
Putnam County 69, Newtown-Harris 63
St. Joseph Benton 41, Chillicothe 37
Bishop LeBlond 47, Savannah 34
Albany 47, Maysville 29
Mercer 72, North Harrison 33
West Platte 49, East Buchanan 34
Lawson 71, Hamilton 28
Maryville 64, Smithville 57
Lathrop 49, North Platte 44
Mid-Buchanan 67, Plattsburg 47
Hardin-Central 78, Winston 53
Cainsville 48, Gilman City 41
LaPlata 49, Green City 36 (Consolation Final at LaPlata Tournament)
Palmyra 78, Brookfield 42
Marceline 51, Slater 36



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