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January 28, 2013

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Eighth-grade girls’ basketball

The eighth-grade girls’ team recently won 37-26 against Brownsburg East. The team was led by Kayla Casteel with 16 points and Riley Blackwell with 11 points.

 

 Danville Community Middle School

 

Seventh-grade boys’ basketball

The seventh-grade Warriors recently beat Cascade 61-28. Danville was led in scoring by Austin Cowart with 19. Other scorers included Alec Burton with 10 points, Caden Thompson with seven, Nathan Pope with six, Jackson Wynn with five, Dillon Compliment and Jack Binkley with three each, and Wesley Gillespie, Jake Motter, Treyton Smith, and Dylan Snider each with two points.

The seventh-grade Warrior boys’ basketball team recently defeated Avon North 36-27 in the first round of the Hendricks County Tournament. The leading scorer for Danville was Alec Burton with 10 points.

 

Seventh grade-girls’ basketball

The seventh-grade Lady Warrior “A” team was defeated by Cascade in their season opener 38-35. Addie Collier had an outstanding performance with domination on the boards as well as scoring 15 points for the Lady Warriors.  Others scoring for Danville were Jenna Lucas with eight and Baylee Muse with six. Hannah Deno and Brandi Wasson chipped in three a piece.

The seventh-grade Warrior girls’ basketball team recently defeated Lebanon 31-25. Addie Collier scored a game-high 14 points for the Warriors. Jenna Lucas added eight points.

 

Eighth-grade boys’ basketball

The eighth-grade Danville basketball team recently knocked off the Northridge Cougars 51-37 in the opening round game of the Sagamore Conference Tourney. The Warriors were led in scoring by Alec Alderson who netted 25 and Zach Callahan who churned in 16 in the contest.

The eighth-grade Warrior boys’ basketball recently team defeated Tuttle in the semifinals of the Sagamore Conference Tournament 39-27. Scoring for Danville was Alec Alderson with 12, Zach Callahan with seven, Reece Jensen with six, Steven Guipe with five, and Tomas Amrhein with four.

The eighth-grade Warrior boys’ basketball team recently lost to an undefeated Tri-West team 53-29 in the championship game of the Sagamore Conference Tournament.

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