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Published: 12/23/2012

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Burns paces Arrows to victory

Cardinal Stritch slips by Genoa

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St. Ursula 69, Ottawa Hills 44

Megan Burns poured in 25 points to lead St. Ursula to a home win Saturday night in girls basketball.

Allie Farell, Maurissa Leonard and Marge Rode each had 10 points for the Arrows.

Allie Dewire led Ottawa Hills with 15 points.

Start 71, Dayton Dunbar 38

Dee Hicks paced Start with 22 points on the way to a home win.

Torrie McDuffie added 11 points and Chelsie Randolph chipped in with 10 points.

Cheree Snowden scored 22 points to lead Dayton Dunbar.

Cardinal Stritch 47, Genoa 45

Caty Rieker scored 16 points and the Cardinals hung on to win a back-and-forth game at home.

Abby Mass added 14 and Cecelia Gozdowski scored 12 for Stritch.

Katie Jensen paced the Comets with 18 points and Chelsea Lavelle added 10.

Anthony Wayne 49, Whitmer 35

Jasmine Bonivel scored 13 points to lead Anthony Wayne to a home win.

Megan Bedard added 11 points for the Generals.

Samantha Meinen led Whitmer with 13 points.

Central Catholic 55, Lake 27

The host Irish (6-1) took a 30-10 lead at the hal. Michelle Muren pumped in a game-high 12 points.

The Flyers fell to 3-8.

Delta 57, Holgate 56

DELTA — Brigan Wymer scored 31 points to lead Delta to an overtime win.

Hogate's Connor Abel hit a 3-pointer to force overtime. Mattie Grim paced the Tigers with 19 points.

Otsego 38, Gibsonburg 21

TONTOGANY — Kim Forshey had 10 points to lead the Knight (4-4).

Danielle Fork paced the Golden Bears (4-6) with six.

Fayette 64, Morenci 22

MORENCI — Taylor Griffiths scored 18 and Kaela Seiler added 15 for the Eagles.

Morenci was led by Allison Piercy with eight.



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