December 5, 2012

Freshman Chicks get road win over Shawnee

— The Chickasha High School freshman girls basketball team beat Shawnee 26-17 on the road Monday night.

Taylor Sylvester was the Lady Chicks' leading scorer in the game with nine points. Hanna Fergason scored six points, and Amanda Bradford and Kelsi Gore scored four each.

The freshman boys won 54-51.

The Chickasha Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team won 27-17 over Shawnee on the road.

Jaycie Brown led the team with eight points. Meredith Noland scored seven, Keylee Cauthen and Addisyn Chambers scored four points each, and Savannah Gallegos scored two points.

The Chickasha Middle School eighth grade boys basketball team lost at home to Shawnee, 49-42.

Kevontay Allen and Logan Woodard scored 12 points each to lead the team.

"We were down 15 at one point, battled back, and lost by seven," head coach Dace Lemieux said. "A seven-point 2nd quarter put us in a hole and we couldn't get out."

The Chickasha Middle School seventh grade boys basketball team lost 47-29 to Shawnee.

Grady McKnight scored 14 points to lead the team, Jacob McClanahan scored seven, Carlos Pando scored six, and Brandon Williams and Peyton Young scored one point each.

"Good night for the guys in scoring and playing better on the offense side of the ball," head coach Larry Coley said. "Our defense had issues and went to man and they had a few more ball handlers and quicker in certain spots that killed us tonight."

The Chickasha Middle School basketball team lost 37-10 to Shawnee.

Ashlyn Morris, Niki Autrey, Anna Bishop, Abbi Coley and Erin Powell had two points each.

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