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Jackson rallies for a win over GlenOak

Varsity vs Jackson HS on 12/12/2009 1:00:00 PM
Posted Tuesday, December 15, 2009 by Gary King

Jackson rallies for win over GlenOak

High school girls basketball


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The Independent
Posted Dec 13, 2009 @ 11:01 PM

 

The Jackson Polar Bears trailed at halftime and at the end of three quarters, but staged a fourth-quarter rally to come up with a 45-42 victory over the GlenOak Golden Eagles.
Jackson was down 28-21 at halftime but worked to trim that margin to 32-29 entering the fourth quarter. The Polar Bears then outscored GlenOak 16-10 over the final eight minutes to secure the win.
No Jackson player reached double figures, but the Polar Bears got a balanced effort by putting eight players in the scoring column. Hannah Fedorka and Brittney Terrell each finished with nine points, while Laura Basford added eight points and Maddie Bryan chipped in seven. Terrell added 11 rebounds and Courtney Armsey pulled down eight to go with her four points.
Boardman 46, Perry 34
The Perry Panthers fell behind visiting Boardman early and couldn’t make up the difference in dropping a 46-34 decision to the Spartans.
Boardman led 11-10 after one quarter and extended that margin to six points at halftime and eight after three quarters in pulling away for the win.
Jasmyne Kirksey paced Perry with 11 points and seven rebounds, while Anna Fach added eight points. The Panthers are now 4-2 overall and 0-2 in the Federal League.
Louisville 58, Northwest 26
A huge first half allowed the visiting Louisville Leopards to run away from Northwest for a Northeastern Buckeye Conference victory.
Louisville led 15-8 after one quarter but blew the game open by outscoring the Indians 19-7 in the second period.
Northwest, which is now 1-3 overall and 0-3 in conference play, was paced by Amber Myers’ nine points. Rachel DeGuia added seven points for the Indians, while Shelby Booth pulled down a team-high five rebounds.
Manchester 69, Tuslaw 45
The Manchester Panthers kept Tuslaw winless this season with a comfortable Principals Athletic Conference win.
Manchester doubled up the Mustangs in the opening quarter, leading 24-12 after eight minutes. The visitors extended that margin to 39-21 at halftime on their way to improving to 4-1 overall and 1-1 in the PAC.
Tuslaw, which is now 0-4 overall and 0-2 in the conference, was paced by Lisa Dunnie’s 16 points and six rebounds.
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JACKSON (45)
Durwin 1-0-3, Basford 1-6-8, Fedorka 4-0-9, Sherrod 1-0-2, Preiss 1-1-3, Terrell 3-3-9, Bryan 2-3-7, Armsey 1-2-4. SHOOTING: 14 field goals, 15-28 (54 percent) free throws, 1 3-pointer.
GLENOAK (42)
Cappello 1-1-4, Osborne 4-1-12, Thomas 2-0-4, Rininger 6-2-14, Johnson 4-0-8. SHOOTING: 17 field goals, 4-8 (50 percent) free throws, 3 3-pointers.
Jackson    10    21    29    45
GlenOak    10    28    32    42
Team fouls: GlenOak 18, Jackson 14. Fouled out: none. Rebounds: Jackson 32 (Terrell 11), GlenOak 34.
Junior varsity: Jackson 48-44.
Records: Jackson 3-1. GlenOak 3-2.
 

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