East Clinton JV girls 5-8 after splitting last 4

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The East Clinton reserve girls basketball team split its last four games and stands 5-8 on the season.

East Clinton lost to Georgetown 45-43. Katrina Bowman had 10 points and four steals. Gracie McCarren scored 10 points. Miranda Beener had nine points. Gracie Evanshine added four points while Alexis Rolfe had two points and three steals. Rhylee Luttrell had two points and four rebounds. Gracie Boggs scored four points and hauled in nine rebounds. Lauren Hadley had two points and six boards.

The Lady Astros defeated Blanchester 46-13. Evanshine led with 13 points and four steals. Rolfe had 10 points and five steals and Kaitlyn Talbott had nine points. Boggs tossed in seven points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Bowman finished with five points while Luttrell had two points, four steals and six rebounds. Makenzy Weiner had three rebounds and Hadley grabbed four.

East Clinton lost to Williamsburg 45-25. Bowman had six points and four assists. Evanshine scored four points and Rolfe totaled three steals and seven points. Luttrell contributed five points and five rebounds. Boggs chipped in with four rebounds. Hadley had three rebounds. Talbott had two points and Beener tossed in one free throw.

The Lady Astros were 34-26 winners over Clinton-Massie. Bowman tallied 13 points and five steals. Evan shine had two points and five rebounds. Luttrell hauled down eight rebounds while Beener came up with four steals. Boggs had five points and five rebounds. Talbott had 12 points for Bill Bean’s squad.

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