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January 10, 2013

No. 5 Ladycats win 11-A opener over Perrin

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MINERAL WELLS — STAFF REPORTS

PERRIN – Santo post Sarah Van Remmen scored 15 points to lead the state-ranked No. 5 Ladycats to a 46-21 win over the Perrin Lady Pirates here Tuesday night in the District 11-A opener.

“I am not real happy with the way we have played the last two games,” Ladycats head coach Tony Raffaele said. “Our defense has been good, but it could be better.

“Our offense is not where it was before Christmas. We will fix it.”

Also scoring for Santo (20-3) were Payton Billue with seven points, Courtney Flanagan and Megan MacPherson, each with six, Breeana Raffaele and Alyssa McKennon, each with five, and Taylor Nemeth with two.

Santo led 12-4 after the first quarter and 22-10 at the half. The Ladycats went on a 17-6 run in the third period to take a 39-16 lead into the fourth quarter.

Ladycats JV 48, Perrin 22

PERRIN – Chasen Howard scored 18 points and Reagan Raffaele added 13 to lead the Santo Ladycats junior varsity to a 48-22 win over the Perrin Lady Pirates here Tuesday in the District 11-A opener.

Also scoring for the Ladycats (11-2) were Caylin Edwards with six points, Judy Pope and Callie Wharton, each with four, and Jawnee Hess with three.

Wildcats cruise past Pirates

PERRIN – Christopher Hoover scored a game-high 18 points and Cooper Barling added 17 to lead the Santo Wildcats to a 74-20 victory over the Perrin Pirates here Tuesday night in a District 11-A contest.

Santo jumped out to a 26-0 lead after the first quarter and built a 46-3 cushion at the half. Santo went on a 21-7 run in the third period to take a 67-10 lead into the fourth quarter.

Also scoring for the ‘Cats were Zane Mauney with nine points, Keith Chalker and Jordan Edwards, each with six, Parker Conaway with five, Zarmorris Cannon and Andrew Watkins, each with four, Shane Scott with three and Tim Long with two.

Berumen scores 40 in Strawn win

STRAWN – Jacqueline Berumen scored 40 points, including 12 three-pointers, and Jayde Price added 38 points with 11 rebounds to lead the state-ranked No. 7 Strawn Lady Hounds to a convincing 94-34 win over Lingleville here Tuesday night in a District 17-A game.

Much of the scoring came as a result of the play making of Shelly Abbott, who finished with a game-high 14 assists.

Also scoring for Strawn (20-5, 2-0) were Cori Pollock with six points, Eva de Gregorio with five, Cidney Pollock with three and Tearany Atkins with two.

Strawn led 30-10 after the first quarter and 49-21 at the break. The Lady Hounds went on a 23-8 run in the third period to take a 72-29 lead into the fourth quarter.

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