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Eagles double up JC on road

Staff Report
updated: 1/30/2020 9:58 AM

Fresh off their second straight Lady Eagle Mid-Winter Classic championship on Saturday night, Eldorado returned to the court Monday night and doubled up Johnston City 66-25 in Black Diamond Conference action.
The Eagles finished with four of five players in double figures as Lexi Mitchell led all scorers with 25 points, while Paige Munds and Emma Wargel each tossed in 12 points. Karis Lane tacked on 10 points, while Lily Mosby scored seven points for the Eagles.
Eldorado got off to a hot start, jumping out to a 22-8 lead and extended it to 27, taking a 41-12 advantage into the locker room.
Massac County 45,Harrisburg 42
Harrisburg lost its second straight game, falling to Massac County 45-42 in SIRR Ohio action Tuesday night at Davenport Gymnasium,
The Bulldogs, who came into the contest ranked No. 7 in the latest Associated Press Class 2A girls basketball poll, struggled on the offensive end as Harrisburg shot 33% from the field, doing 15-of-45.
Harrisburg didn't have anyone finish in double figures, but did get balanced scoring as Stream Black, Lydia Miller, Lauren McDaniel and Essence Sanders all netted nine points. Summer Sanders scored six points for the Bulldogs.
Massac County, who led 11-9 after the first quarter and 23-16 at halftime. Harrisburg battled back and outscored the Patriots 17-9 in the third quarter, but failed to pull off the come-from-behind victory as MCHS outscored Harrisburg 13-9 in the final eight minutes.
Gallatin County 50, Pope County 38
Gallatin County put three players in double figures with a 50-38 Greater Egyptian Conference win over Pope County Tuesday night.
Audrey Jackson led the Hawks with 15 points, while Carly Foster wasn't far behind, finishing with 14 points and Mackenzie Russell tacked on 10 points.
The Hawks (18-10) also got eight points from Gracie Sauls, two points from Molly Newton and Halli DeNeal tossed in a free throw.
Pope County's E. Ibata had a game-high 18 points and was the lone Pirate to score in double figures.
Gallatin County 34, Wayne City 30
Gallatin County improved to 17-10 overall with a 34-30 non-conference win over Wayne City Monday night.
Audrey Jackson led the Hawks nine points, while Mackenzie Russell and Carly Foster each added eight points.
Gracie Sauls scored six points for Gallatin County, while Molly Newton tacked on three in the win.
Galatia-Thompsonville 51, Webber Township 41
Galatia-Thompsonville improved to 11-8 on the season in a 51-41 at Webber Township Monday night.
Jaedyn Beers and Kate Bond each posted a double-double as Beers led all scorers with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Bond wasn't far behind, adding 18 points and grabbing 14 boards.
Maddie McFarland finished with five points, while Chloe Mays and Avery Evans each finished with four points.
At Elverado, Gallatia-Thompsonville beat Cobden 52-42 for third place, where both Jaedyn Beers and Kate Bond had double-doubles and Bridget Taylor finished in double digit scoring.
Beers had a team-high 19 points and 11 rebounds, while Bond tacked on 13 points and grabbed 15 board. Taylor finished with 14 points, while coming up with three steals and three assists.
Chloe Mays, Maddie McFarland and Avery Evans all had two points.
Galatia-Thompsonville lost to Woodlawn 41-35 in the semifinals, where Bond posted a double-double, scoring a team-high 17 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.
Avery Evans and Jaedyn Beers both finished with four points, while Bridget Taylor tacked on three points. Destiny Taylor had two points, while Chloe Mays threw in a free throw.