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OD moves to 9-1
Class A No. 2 Oregon-Davis jumped out to a 41-6 halftime lead over visiting West Central and never looked back in a 62-20 rout at home Friday night.
Ashley Campbell scored 19 and Alicia McIntosh finished with 17 for the Lady Cats. Jesse Avarone scored nine, Haley Collings finished with eight, and Taylor Kranenburg scored six as 12 different OD players saw the floor in the win.
West Central was led by Alicia Krugerâ€™s six points.
The Bobcats improved to 9-1 with the win, while West Central slid to 5-5.
â€¢Â OREGON-DAVIS 62, WEST CENTRAL 20
Score by quarters
West Central: 2 6 11 20
Oregon-Davis: 18 41 57 62
WEST CENTRAL (20): Ashton Barkao 2, Sarah Becker 0, Mesha Masters 0, Alicia Kruger 6, Mickayla Wendel 1, Hannah Czarnecki 1, Autumn Wireman 3, Samantha Lincoln 4, Lexi Foerg 3; Totals: 8 3-8 20.
OREGON-DAVIS (62): Ashley Campbell 19, Alicia McIntosh 17, Jesse Avarone 9, Lexi Minix 3, Haley Collings 8, Taylor Kranenburg 6, Riley Trott 0, Kendra Sauer 0, Zoe Seese 0, Ashley Clark 0, Katey Marsh 0, Lincy Jones 0; Totals: 22 11-15 62.
3-pointers: West Central 1 (Foerg 1), OD 5 (A. Campbell 3, McIntosh 2); Fouls (fouled out): West Central 10 (none), OD 15 (none).
Records: OD 9-1, West Central 5-5
8th grade boys basketball
Lincoln wins 3 straight
The Lincoln Junior High eighth grade boys basketball team recently finished up a 3-0 stretch with a thrilling 38-36 victory over LaPorte Kessling Thursday night.
Jake Young led the way with 12 points, 11 rebounds and five steals. John Gerard had eight points, and Ryan Carmichael added seven points to the effort.
The Red Storm came into Thursdayâ€™s wins on the heels of wins over Knox, 41-18 and LaPorte Boston, 36-21.
Carmichael led the Red Storm with 12 points, Nick Felke chipped in 10, and Travis Owen added six in the win over Knox.
In the win over LaPorte Boston, Felke led Lincoln with 20 points on 8-of-10 shooting from the floor. He also added four assists and five steals to the effort. At one point in the second half Felke was outscoring the whole Boston team, 20-14.
The Red Storm move to 14-1 with the three wins.