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January 20, 2015 • Sports

The Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles Dance and Drill Team provide halftime entertainment at JCDHS. From left, they include: Kaylynn Baluyot, Teha Merkel, Whitney Winters, Jodi Muckerheide, Meghan Tunny, Emilee Wilson, Hannah Millikin, Rachel Schwanholt and Taylor Heaton.
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Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles double down on visiting Lawrenceburg Lady Tigers

Gary Franklin

A regular season battle for the Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles, played at JCDHS on Tuesday evening January 13, resulted in wins for both JV and varsity teams.

Quarter One
The varsity game’s opening basket was scored by junior Hayley Bruns (42), which ended up being her only score for the game. The Lawrenceburg Tigers knotted the game at two and gained the 4-2 lead before Eagle senior Kelsey Bowling (14) netted her first FG score for the 4-4 tie. Eagle junior Jordan Day added a FG score to put the Eagles back up, 6-4, only to have the Tigers add a FG an a three pointer for the 9-6 edge. Freshman Eagle Lilly Simon (22) rattled the rim for her first 3 point basket to knot the game at 9. Again, back to back FG scores by the Tigers gave them the advantage, this time by four at 13-9. Eagle Simon cut that in half with another FG score at the one minute mark, only to have another Tiger FG counter it. Senior Eagle Jenna Hughes added a FG, but the Tigers once again countered it; however, as the horn sounded to end the first period, Eagle junior Jordan Day (30) rang the bell with a FG score to finish period one, Lawrenceburg up by a pair at 17-15.

Lilly Simon


On the charity stripe is a very solid reason why the Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles are enjoying success in their 2014-15 season. Pictured left is freshman Lilly Simon (22). For more photos, pick up a copy of the Osgood Journal at your local newsstand.

Quarter Two
As the game progressed in second quarter action, the hot battle resumed with back and forth scoring to a tie at 17 and at 25 following back to back FG scores by sophomore Eagle Rosie Newhart (15) to knot and put JCD up by a pair at 27-25. Only momentarily, however, as the Tigers knotted the game by the halftime break with a FG score.

Quarter Three
A flurry of scores by the Eagles in the third, gave JCD a solid advantage of 13 points at 45-32 heading to the fourth and final period. Simon scored a three pointer, a pair of FGs and a FT. Bowling a FG, Hughes a pair of FTs, Day a FG and Newhart two more FGs, while the Tigers could only add a FG and a three pointer to their team tally.

Quarter Four
Final period scoring additions by the Eagles over the fourth included: a Simon FG and two FTs, a pair of Newhart FGs, a freshman Morgen Carroll (52) FG, a Hughes FT, a senior Jacqlyn Menchhofer (50) FG and a couple of Jordan Day FT connections to advance their score to 60. Despite the Tigers outscoring the Eagles 17-15 in the final period, the advantage gained by JCD through the third was more than Lawrenceburg could overcome while basically just trading baskets. The game culminated for Coach Scott Smith's JCD Eagles varsity at 60-49, for an 11 point victory.

JCD 15 27 45 60
L'burg 17 27 32 49

JCD Lady Eagles 60
Coach Scott Smith
So 15 Rosie Newhart 17
Fr 22 Lilly Simon 17
Jr 30 Jordan Day 10
Sr 12 Jenna Hughes 5
Sr 14 Kelsey Bowling 4
Sr 50 JacqlynMenchhofer3
Jr 42 Hayley Bruns 2
Fr 52 Morgen Carroll 2
Non-scoring Lady Eagles: 35 Senior-Tiffany Burton, 44 Junior-Elizabeth Abel, 54 Junior-Alex Toernstrand, 20 Sophomore-Kayla Bowling and 24 Sophomore-Abby Wagner -Injured.

Law’burg Lady Tigers 49
Coach Zane White
Jr 3 Amber Ricketts 13
Sr 4 Lex Fussnecker 13
So 14 H. Knippenburg 9
Sr 20 Paxton Parris 9
Jr 11 Sydney Lovins 5
Non-scoring Lady Tigers: 10 Senior-Ashley Miller, 21 Senior-Riley Brunner, 24 Senior-Alley Schmidt, 12 Sophomore-Josie Denton and 23 Sophomore-Sienna Lenke.

JCD 17 31 43 50
L'burg 6 8 20 23

JCD Lady Eagles 50
Coach Matt McNew
So 14 Kayla Bowling 15
Jr 44 Elizabeth Abel 10
So 12 Olivia Voss 9
Jr 50 Alex Toernstrand 4
Fr 30 Alli Borgman 4
Fr 55 Morgen Carroll 4
Fr 52 Maggie Mae Miller2
Fr 54 Baylee Dwenger 2
So 34 Baili Miller 0

Lady Tigers23
Coach Butch Sanford
Fr 10 Emma Pennington 8
Fr 24 Baylee Blackburn 8
So 14 Madyson Pineda 3
So 23 Sienna Lenke 2
So 45 Jayden Osborne 2
So 20 Cayla Lansing 3
Jr 44 Elizabeth Abel 3
Fr 52 Morgen Carroll 2
Sr12 Jenna Hughes 2
Non-scoring Lady Tigers:40Jr-Jamie Rorabacher, 20So- Cayla Lansing & Fr12-Laura Karsteter, 30Fr-Iris Gomez, 32Fr-Brooke Boyd, 34Fr-Hailee Hinthorne and 42Fr-Bailee Johnson.

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