Brownstown Nabs Two Wins In Girls Action; Area Roundup

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Published on November 9 2012 12:03 pm
Last Updated on November 9 2012 5:47 pm
Written by Millie Lange

BROWNSTOWN -- Brownstown Junior High School claimed two victories over Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick in girls basketball action Thursday evening.

Brownstown was a 32-5 winner over BCCH in seventh-grade action. Dana Shelton tallied 11 and Viramantes 10 for the winners. BCCH drops to 0-4 in the National Trail Conference, 2-16 overall.

In eighth-grade play, Brownstown was a 37-19 winner. Brown scored 12 for Brownstown. Hope Barnes tallied seven for BCCH which drops to 2-3 in the conference, 6-12 overall.

At Brownstown

Seventh-Grade Game

BCCH                      2    2      1      0    --      5

Brownstown          2    2    17    11    --    32

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Mayfield 4, Parkison 3, Da. Shelton 11, De. Shelton 4, Viramantes 10

Brownstown -- Lortn 1, Oldham 2, Smith 2

Eighth-Grade Game

BCCH                        3      5      5    6    --    19

Brownstown          10    11    14    2    --    37

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick -- Morrison 4, Johnson 5, Wehrle 3, Barnes 7

Brownstown -- Da. Shelton 2, Brown 12, De. Shelton 8, Grames 3, Baron 8, Zasada 4

At Newton

Jasper County downed Altamont twice. Jasper County was a 22-19 winner in seventh-grade play. Abby Frohning tallied 14 points. C. McHugh led Altamont with eight.

In the eighth-grade contest, Jasper County claimed a 44-32 win over Altamont. Arial Richards scored 13 and Grace Hartrich 10 for the winners. E. Biggs led Altamont with 16.

At Newton

Seventh-Grade Game

Altamont          0    7    5    7    --    19

Jasper Co.        5    4    6    7    --    22

Altamont -- McHugh 8, Wolff 7, Goeckner 2, Mayhaus 2

Jasper County -- Frohning 14, Cox 4, Earnest 2, Powers 2

Eighth-Grade Game

Altamont            4    12    10      6    --    32

Jasper Co.        13    14      7    10    --    44

Altamont -- Biggs 16, Goldstein 4, Duckwitz 4, Burns 8

Jasper County -- Richards 13, Hartrich 10, Cohorst 6, Shipman 6, Stanley 5, Probst 4