GENOA - Sophomore Brittany Darling scored 21 points to lead Genoa to a 55-52 upset victory over Elmwood last night in Suburban Lakes League girls basketball.
After trailing 31-25 at the half, the Comets outscored the Royals 18-9 in the third quarter.
Abbey Kontak added 15 points for the Comets (2-3, 1-1).
Brooke Morgart paced the Royals (2-2, 1-1) with 22 points and Kayla Reynolds added 11.
Genoa hit five treys to the Royals' two.
GIBSONBURG - Ann Clark scored 16 points and Katie Jones had 10 points and 12 rebounds to pace Gibsonburg (4-1, 1-1).
Britton Long paced Otsego (0-4, 0-2) with 16 points and Emily Schwab added 15.
The Golden Bears led 16-4 after one quarter.
GOODRICH, Texas - Adrian McGowen of Goodrich High School now owns the national girls scoring record.
McGowen, a 5-foot-10 guard who has signed with Texas A&M, scored 41 points Tuesday night to push her career total to 4,542, according to totals compiled by A&M officials. The record had belonged to Missy Thomas, who scored 4,506 points at Gibsland-Coleman in Louisiana from 1992-95.
Fans filled the gymnasium at tiny Goodrich, which has an enrollment of 70, to watch McGowen break the record in a 55-49 victory over Chireno. Goodrich is about 65 miles northeast of Houston.
Texas A&M coach Gary Blair and his staff attended the game.
McGowen is averaging about 37 points per game this season after averaging 53 per game last year.
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