St. Louis & St. Michael’s Split DH

February 21, 2014
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Basketball HoopsSt Louis 7th grade girls basketball team playing their 3rd game this week came up short against St Michael’s by a final score of 22 to 17.

 

Lack of offense and too many turnovers proved costly.

 

Avery Roell led St Louis with 7 points, followed by Hanna Hurm with 6. Harlee Masavge added 4.

 

Score by Quarter. St. Michae’ls  5     St. Louis  2,   St. Michael’s  11   St. Louis  2,
St. Michael’s  16   St. Louis  9, St. Michael’s  22   St. Louis  17.

Submitted by STL Coach Mike Burkhart.

The St. Louis 8th grade girls basketball team improved to 9-2 Thursday night by defeating the St Michael’s Trojans of Brookville by a score of 35 to 10.

Baylee Rohlfing led the Cardinals with a double double with 11 points and 14 rebounds.  Other outstanding players were Jill Eckstein and Ava Geers with 6 points each; Audrey Amberger with 5; Audrey Weigel with 4; and Gabi Garcia with 3.

Submitted by STL Coach Amy Weigel.

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