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Prep Roundup (1-27-14)

Cole breaks record in Alcona girls hoops win

January 27, 2014
The Alpena News

FAIRVIEW-Karina Cole broke a school record for career points and the Alcona girls basketball team defeated Fairview 75-34 on Monday in a North Star League game.

Cole needed 33 points to become the school's all-time leading scorer and scored 33 points to go along with nine rebounds, five assists and five steals.

"It was great to get off to such a good start after having a break again," Alcona coach Brad Cole said. "We were all excited for Karina scoring her 1,268th career point and breaking the school record. It was a team accomplishment. I am so proud of the progress our team is making.

Alcona (8-2, 6-1 NSL) led 17-6 after one quarter and 37-14 at halftime. The Tigers led 57-25 after three quarters

Megan Quick added 12 points and six assists for Alcona and Kendra Cole had seven points and seven rebounds.

Alysson Winton and Logan Winton had nine points each for Fairview (5-5).

Alcona's JV team beat Fairview 38-25

Mio 71, Hale 22

MIO-Leslie Asman scored 19 points, Jalen DeFlorio added 17 and the Mio girls basketball team defeated Hale 71-22 at home on Monday in a North Star League matchup.

Mio (6-4, 6-4 NSL) led 18-8 after one quarter, 37-15 at halftime and 58-18 after three quarters.

"We started off pressing so we made sure we got the lead. We had good shooting opportunities and we made good shots," Mio coach Helen DeFlorio said. "We were playing well as a team. We finally had a night where we fed off each other."

Mio plays at Au Gres on Wednesday and at Posen on Thursday.

Posen 60, Oscoda 38

OSCODA-The Posen girls basketball team chalked up another North Star League victory in Oscoda on Monday with a 60-38 win.

"We did a good job setting up Ashley Meyers and she was shooting really hot tonight," Posen coach Karl Momrik said.

Meyers led Posen with 22 points.

Posen (12-0, 8-0 NSL) took a 19-9 lead after one quarter and held on at the half with a 27-16 spread. The Owls caught up a little in the third quarter, trailing 51-28, but couldn't make up the the difference.

Korynn Hincka left the game early, but picked up eight points. Monica Bartz also picked up eight.

"After Korynn came out we made a lot of mistakes. Part of it is being off nine days, but we got it done," Momrik said.

Posen hosts Mio on Thursday.

 
 

 

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