January 10, 2013
Seventh Grade Girls Finish Season at .500
Megan Holt plays defense versus the Schuyler County point guard during 7th grade basketball action this season.
After a slow start, the seventh grade girls basketball rebounded to finish the 2012 season at .500 with a 6-6 record.
The season opened with a 19-11 loss at Kahoka. Ashleigh Creek and Stevi See each scored four points for the Lady Tigers.
Schuyler County handed the Lady Tigers a 22-19 loss November 5th in Queen City despite 13 points by See. Creek had four points and Lydia Hunt added two points.
The slow start continued, as Clark County handed SCR-I its worst loss of the season, 35-4 on November 5th. Creek had all four points for SCR-I.
The losing streak grew to four following a 27-22 loss to Knox County on November 8th in Edina. Creek led Scotland County with 12 points. Megan Holt, Annie Hyde, Macayla Dale and Hunt each had two points.
Scotland County broke into the win column with a 19-9 victory over Putnam County behind nine points from Creek.
The winning ways continued on November 12th when Scotland County crushed Schuyler County 34-9. Creek had a season-high 18 points. See and Dale each added six points.
Stevi See puts up the shot over the Schuyler County defenders.
Milan was the next victim, as the Lady Tigers mashed the Wildcats 24-1. See had 12 points to lead all scorers.
SCR-I made it four wins in a row, besting Putnam County 26-7 to claim the championship at the Schuyler County Tournament. Creek had 11 points and See finished with five. Hunt and Hyde each pitched in with four points.
Knox County ended the streak with a hard-fought 20-19 loss on November 27th. Hyde led Scotland County in scoring with nine points.
Points were hard to come by on November 30th as Schuyler County squeaked out a 14-11 win to drop SCR-I to 4-6 on the season.
SCR-I turned it around on December 3, knocking off Canton 26-16. See had a season-high 14 points in the win.
Scotland County got back to even at 6-6 with a 21-20 victory over Kirksville in the season finale. Hyde and See each had eight points in the win.
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