BCCH, Altamont Claim Two Victories Each

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Published on October 1 2012 12:41 pm
Last Updated on October 1 2012 4:18 pm
Written by Millie Lange

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick Junior High School picked up both the seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball victories Saturday.

In the seventh-grade contest, BCCH won 34-5. Taylor Oldham and Elizabeth Day had 10 points each. BCCH improves to 1-2 overall.

In the eighth-grde contest, BCCH won 30-17. Emma Wehrle and Skylar Morrison had eight points each. BCCH is now 1-2.

At Beecher City

Seventh-Grade Game

Ramsey        0    0    0     5    --      5

BCCH           15    7    6    6    --    34

Ramsey -- Marx 5

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Endsley 4, Miller 2, Lorton 6, Oldham 10, Danekas 1, Smith 1, Day 10

Eighth-Grade Game

Ramsey        4    5      4      4    --    17

BCCHK          4    6    10    10    --    30

Ramsey -- Smithson 2, Stokes 8, Wesselman 5, Morell 2

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Kirchhofer 4, Miller 2, Morrison 8, Wehrle 8, Oldham 4, Barnes 4

At Altamont

Altamont claimed two victories over Stewardson-Strasburg in Friday action.

Altamont won the seventh-grade contest 26-4 to improve to 6-0 on the season overall, 2-0 in the National Trail Junior High Conference. Carly McHugh led Altamont with 13 points.

In eighth-grade competition, Altamont was a 48-6 winner. McKenzie Goldstein had 13 points for the winners while Brooke Burns added nine. Altamont is now 5-1 overall, 2-0 in the conference.

At Altamont

Seventh-Grade Game

Stew-Stras        4      0    0    0    --      4

Altamont           5    12    1    8    --    26

Stew-Stras -- Tabbert 4

Altamont -- McHugh 13, Stone 3, Goeckner 2, Wolff 4, Mette 2, Shultz 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Stew-Stras          2        1         0     3      --        6

Altamont           18      12      14      4      --      48

Stew-Stras -- Lesko 3, Davis 2, Rentfro 1

Altamont -- Goldstein 13, Paquette 4, Duckwitz 6, Burns 9, Biggs 8, Shelton 4, Wolff 2, Goeckner 2