Jackson, Jamiel combine for 51 in WHS win 68-36


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LEES CREEK – The Wilmington High School girls basketball team defeated East Clinton 68-36 Saturday in a non-league game at the EC gym.

Wilmington senior Mya Jackson had 32 points to lead all scorers and come within five points of outscoring the Lady Astros all by herself.

Jackson’s career total is now 1,876 points. With at least four games remaining on the WHS schedule, Jackson still has an outside shot at 2,000 career points.

She is third all-time in Clinton County basketball history in total points, trailing only Jarron Cumberland (2,408) and the late Donnie Fields (2,135).

Jackson also had six rebounds, four assists and six steals.

Jasmine Jamiel scored 19 points, grabbed six rebounds, handed out seven assists and came up with three steals in a solid all-around performance.

Kaitlin Durbin led East Clinton with 12 points.

Wilmington jumped out to a 22-10 lead and never looked back. Jackson scored 16 in the opening frame as the Lady Hurricane established their dominance early.

With Jackson netting nine and Jamiel 12 in the second, Wilmington cruised to a 47-17 halftime advantage.

It was 59-25 after three. WHS made 6 of 13 free throws in the second half.

SUMMARY

February 2, 2019

@East Clinton High School

Wilmington 68 East Clinton 36

W 22.25.12.09…..68

E 10.07.08.,11…..36

(68) WILMINGTON (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Jamiel 8-3-0-19 Jackson 12-2-6-32 Johns 2-0-0-4 McCord 2-0-0-4 Morgan 1-0-0-2 Self 1-0-0-2 Moore 0-0-0-0 Partin 0-0-0-0 Butcher 0-0-0-0 Victor 0-0-2-2 Harris 0-0-2-2 Drake 0-0-1-1. TOTALS 26-5-11-68

(36) EAST CLINTON (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Campbell 1-0-1-3 Durbin 4-1-3-12 Bowman 0-0-0-0 Peterman 4-3-0-11 Creachbaum 3-0-0-6 Pence 0-0-0-0 Rolfe 0-0-0-0 Beener 0-0-2-2 Weiner 0-0-0-0 Boggs 1-0-0-2 Lilly 0-0-0-0. TOTALS 13-4-6-36

FIELD GOALS: W 26-61 (Jackson 12-25 Jamiel 8-14)

3 PT FIELD GOALS: W 5-18 (Jamiel 3-6 Jackson 2-5)

FREE THROWS: W 11-18 (Jackson 6-8 Morgan 2-2)

REBOUNDS: W-33 (Jamiel 6 Morgan 6 Jackson 6 Harris 3 McCord 3 Victor 3 Self 2)

ASSISTS: W-14 (Jamiel 7 Jackson 4 McCord 2)

STEALS: W-14 (Jackson 6 Jamiel 3 Morgan 2 Victor 2)

BLOCKED SHOTS: W-9 (McCord 4 Harris 3 Morgan 2)

TURNOVERS: W-9

CM defense

keys 37-26 win

NEW RICHMOND – Clinton-Massie’s defense held New Richmond to just six points in the middle two quarters during Saturday’s 37-26 win in SBAAC American Division girls basketball action.

The win puts the Lady Falcons at 5-13 overall and 2-6 in the American Division.

The Lady Lions are now 10-9 overall and 2-7 in league play.

“Started a little slow,” CM coach Tim McGraw said. “(We) shot the ball very well in the first half.”

Clinton-Massie was behind 7-2 early then rallied for a 21-14 lead at halftime. Faith Cottrell had 10 points in the second quarter.

The Lady Falcons scored the first 10 points of the third quarter to take a 31-14 lead, McGraw said. Patience Chowning had a pair of three-pointers in the third.

Cottrell led Massie with 18 points while Chowning finished with 11.

SUMMARY

February 2, 2019

@New Richmond High School

Clinton-Massie 37 New Richmond 26

CM 10.11.10.06…..37

NR 11.04.02.09…..26

(37) CLINTON-MASSIE (fg-3fg-ft-tp) McK Crawford 2-0-0-4 Lay 0-0-0-0 Cottrell 8-2-0-18 Mi. Crawford 0-0-0-0 Ireland 0-0-0-0 Avery 2-0-0-04 Chowning 3-3-2-11. TOTALS 15-5-2-37

(26) NEW RICHMOND (fg-3fg-ft-tp) A. Bird 1-0-3-5 Fagan 3-3-0-9 Kramer 0-0-0-0 Keith 0-0-0-0 Baca 0-0-0-0 Weitzel 0-0-0-0 Maness 2-0-0-4 Clift 4-0-0-8 Kirk 0-0-0-0. TOTALS 10-3-3-26

Hillsboro 35

Blanchester 30

HILLSBORO – Unable to hold a seven-point third quarter lead, the Blanchester High School girls basketball team was defeated by Hillsboro 35-30 Friday night in a non-league game in Highland County.

Blanchester trailed 16-15 at halftime but came out “strong” in the third and built a seven-point lead, coach Bradon Pyle said.

The Ladycats were plagued with foul trouble as Elecia Patton, Lilly Brown and Daelyn Staehling had four fouls going into the fourth quarter, Pyle said.

Blanchester was just 7 for 19 at the free throw line.

“That’s the different in the game right there,” Pyle said. “We had too many silly fouls defensively and couldn’t convert when we got to the line.”

Lilly Brown led BHS with eight points. Patton grabbed 11 rebounds while Lana Roy had eight. Olivia Gundler blocked seven shots and handed out with four assists, Pyle said.

SUMMARY

February 1, 2019

@Hillsboro High School

Hillsboro 35 Blanchester 30

B 07.08.09.06…..30

H 07.09.07.12…..35

(30) BLANCHESTER (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Patton 2-1-1-6 Tangonan 0-0-0-0 Scott 0-0-2-2 Gundler 2-0-0-4 Staehling 2-0-0-4 Brown 3-0-2-8 Roy 2-0-2-6 Shank 0-0-0-0 TOTALS 11-1-7/19-30

(35) HILLSBORO (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Burns 1-0-0-2 J. Hopkins 0-0-4-4 Grover 3-0-5-11 K. Hopkins 1-0-1-3 Jo. Moberly 0-0-0-0 Cosby 1-0-0-2 Dean 1-0-5-7 Watson 3-0-0-6 TOTALS 10-0-15/25-35

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