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November 24, 2013

Logan wrestlers off to good start at Early Bird

Cass girls top Eastern to win MIC opener.


Logan travels to Huntington North on Dec. 5.

Girls basketball

Cass 59, Eastern 41

Cass (2-2, 1-0 MIC) had three players in double figures, leading the Kings to its opening win in Mid-Indiana Conference play.

Savannah Thompson led Cass with 15 points, followed by Ashton McClain (11) and Olivia Collins (10).

Eastern (0-2, 0-1 MIC) was led by Ally Oyler with 16 points, and Jessie Sprinkles added 13.

The Kings jumped out to a 18-6 lead at the end of the first quarter. Cass followed it up with a 35-16 halftime lead. Eastern came back in the second half outscoring Cass 25-24 for the 59-41 final.

Cass hosts Rochester on Tuesday.

Winamac 50, Manchester 34

Stephanie Shorter had 22 points and Bethany Brogdon added 13 in the Warriors’ win on the road.

The Warriors ended the game on a 14-0 run after Manchester had cut the lead to 36-34 with the first basket of the fourth quarter.

Shorter added seven rebounds and four blocks, and Brogdon had five assists and three steals.

Michaela Ingram had six points, Taylor Brandt added five and Ali Larkin chipped in four.

Sydney Stepp led the Squires (0-3) with nine points, followed by eight each by Tabby DeWitt and Cierra Carter.

Winamac (4-1) committed just 10 turnovers in the contest.

“We were able to take care of the ball, which has been a problem for us as of late, but that put us in a position to win,” Winamac coach Jeff Wagner said.

Winamac travels to Rochester next Saturday.

Delphi 26, Carroll 25

Macy Willoughby led the Cougars (3-1) with 11 points in a loss at Delphi. Carly Kingery added seen and Makayla Jackson chipped in five.

Caston 45, Mac 22

After suffering its first loss of the season on Tuesday, Caston (3-1) bounced back with a 23-point victory Friday.

The Comets came out with an 11-4 lead at the end of the first quarter. Caston then went on a 13-0 run in the second for a 24-4 lead at halftime. The Comets led 37-8 at the end of three with the final being 45-22.

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