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The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders didn’t wast anytime taking care of business on January 17 against visiting South Central.
FC jumped in front 18-7 at the end of the first quarter and then outscored the Lady Rebels 44-16 in the second half.
Kelsey Mayfield scored 18 to lead the Lady Highlanders, while Nikki Bruno added 15 and Riley Kaiser contributed 12.
They followed that with a 68-54 win over Corydon on Jan. 21.
The Lady Highlanders built a nine-point lead in the first quarter and then held on.
Mayfield again led the way with 18 points and Tori Kingsley tossed in 15,
Floyd Central hosted Jennings County Tuesday (Jan. 24) and will travel to Providence for a Saturday night game.

Lady Braves win big
The Borden girls’ basketball team played most of the season missing parts to their puzzle. They played well without talented players Erin Mikel and Leslie Beatty, but they seem to be clicking on all cylinders.
The Lady Braves didn’t waste anytime taking control of the contest, outscoring the visiting Lady Lions 17-3 in the opening quarter.
Borden’s lead grew to 29-7 at intermission and 44-16 heading into the final period.
Mikel led the way with 26 points for Borden and Allison Rademacher contributed 16.
Brittney Walker led the way for Salem with 9 points.   
Borden followed the win over Salem with a 52-33 loss at Trinity Lutheran.
Trinity outscored the Lady Braves 14-8 in the opening quarter and then used an 11-3 spurt in the second to take control of the contest.
Mikel was the only Borden player in double figures. She had 11.
Borden’s next game will be Thursday at Christian Academy and they will play an afternoon game Saturday at South Central Elizabeth.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 09:41