MT 7th grade girls improve to 7-2


Submitted article



The Miami Trace seventh grade Lady Panthers basketball team picked up two wins this week, improving to 7-2 on the season.

On Tuesday, Jan. 17, Miami Trace traveled to Wilmington and won a very competitive game, 20-19.

Improved free throw shooting made the difference in the game, according to coach Tracy Fliehman. Miami Trace went 5 of 7 from the line, while Wilmington made 4 of 11 at the stripe.

Lorelei King and Sidney Payton led Miami Trace, each with 7 points.

Makayla Barnes, Libby Aleshire and Mallory Pavey each scored 2 points.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

MT 5 5 7 3 — 20

W 7 2 3 7 — 19

On Thursday, Jan. 19, Miami Trace returned to Clinton County to take on the Astros of East Clinton.

The Lady Panthers won this game, 26-13.

Mallory Pavey led Miami Trace in scoring with seven points.

Jamie Runnels, Emma Pitstick, and Sydney Payton each scored 4 points, Lorelei King had 5 points and Libby Alshire added 2 points.

Next up for the Miami Trace seventh grade, the Lady Panthers play the two teams they fell to the first time through the SCOL. They have Hillsboro at home Monday and will be at Washington Thursday.

Games start at 5 p.m.

SCORE BY QUARTERS

MT 8 11 7 0 — 26

EC 4 4 0 5 — 13

Submitted article