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Harrisburg hammers Wayne City at home, EHS drop two road games

  • Harrisburg defender Essence Sanders applies pressure to Wayne City junior guard Avery Seidel in the first half Wednesday night at Harrisburg High School.

    Harrisburg defender Essence Sanders applies pressure to Wayne City junior guard Avery Seidel in the first half Wednesday night at Harrisburg High School.
    SPYDER DANN | mdann@dailyregister.com

 
Staff Report
updated: 1/10/2019 2:16 PM

On a night when Karsyn Davis was honored with her 1,000th point game ball, the Harrisburg senior combo guard decided to add her name to one more record list.

Davis knocked down eight 3-pointers and the Bulldogs banged home 17 treys in Harrisburg's 77-31 win over Wayne City Wednesday night.

Harrisburg shot 50 percent from 3-point range, and 47 percent from the field, going 27-for-57.

Davis had a game-high 24 points on 8-of-14 shooting, while Summer Sanders tacked on 12 points on 4-of-4 from the field and 2-of-2 from behind the arc. Brooke Meylor and Madeline Rider both had 10 points to finish in double figures for the Bulldogs.

Essence Sanders scored six points for Harrisburg, while Kailyn Moss finished with five points. Alli Ferrell and Lauryn Gribble each tacked on three points, while Stream Black tossed in two points.

Jocelyn Hall had a team-high 16 points and Avery Seidel had 11 for Wayne City.

The Harrisburg junior varsity team also won, beating Wayne City 31-19.

Gabby Adams led all scorers with 15 points, while Stream Black added eight points. Lauryn Gribble, Kailyn Moss, Mya King and Lexi Williams all had two points for the Bulldogs.

In the latest Associated Press Top 10 Class 2A Girls' Basketball Poll, Harrisburg dropped from its No. 1 ranking to No. 3, while still receiving one first place vote. Also in Class 2A, Hamilton County came in at No. 10.

Massac County 67, Eldorado 42

Massac County picked up its fifth win of the season with a 67-42 win over Eldorado Tuesday night in non-conference action.

Massac County got a game-high 24 points from Castleman, while McCrain and Korte each tacked on 10 points in the win.

Eldorado got a team-high 12 points from Lexie Mitchell, while Lacey Hobbs tacked on 10 points to also finish in double figures.

Lily Mosby and Emma Wargel both scored seven points, while Paige Munds scored six points.

Edwards County 69, Eldorado 49

On Monday night, Eldorado fell to Black Diamond Conference foe Edwards County 69-49.

Mitchell had a team-high 18 points for Scott Artman and company. Emma Wargel also put up double figures, tossing in 10 points.

Munds and Hobbs each scored six points, while Mosby finished with five points. Lily Gangard had four points in the loss.

 
 
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