By Robbin Kiser
January 14, 2014
CASSTOWN — The Miami East girls basketball team handled Anna 47-36 Monday night.
Ashley and Trina Current combined for 38 points for the Vikings.
Ashley scored 21 and Trina added 17 as the Vikings dominated in the paint.
The Lady Vikings will host Covington Thursday.
The Piqua girls bowling team lost to Greenville last Wednesday 1,841-1,784.
“Once again our spare shooting cost us this match,” Piqua coach Craig Miller said. “We could not convert our single pin spares. During our Baker games we missed five single pin spares which would have put us on top.”
Leading the Lady Indians was Hayley Ryan, who had a 435 series with games of 226 and 229. Alaina Mikolajewski had a 301 series with a 164 and 137. Sarah Ganger had a 307 with games of 157 and 150.
On Friday the girls traveled to Cincinnati and competed in the Hoinke High School Bearcat classic. Ryan led the team with a 387 series with games of 186 and 201 followed closely by Sarah Ganger who had a 379 series with games of 171 and 208 (a career high).
The lane conditions were difficult for the rest of the team read which resulted in the team finishing 15th out of 23.
GREENVILLE — The Piqua gymnasts finished 13th at the Flipping in the Darke Invitational Saturday at the Darke County YMCA.
Megan Anderson finished 22nd overall with a score of 31.7. She had scores of 8.05, vault; 7.5, bars; 7.7 beam; and 8.45, floor exercise.
Reganne Tate finished 34th with a score of 29.05. That included scores of 7.9, vat; 6.05, bars; 7.3, beam; and 7.8, floor exercise.
Versailles’s Jenna Frantz finished fifth overall with a score of 34.725. She had scores of 9.1, vault; 8.175, bars; 8.45, bean and 9.0, floor.
Frantz was third in the vault and fifth in floor exercises.
The Bradford junior high girls basketball team split two games with Tri-County North.
The seventh grade won 17-13.
Bianca Keener and Karmen Knepp scored four points each.
The eighth grade lost 30-4.
Bailey Wysong scored four points.
They were swept by St. Henry and Houston
Against St. Henry, the seventh grade lost 14-4 with Sydney Chaney scoring three points.
The eighth grade lost 42-5 with Maia Stump scoring five points.
Against Houston, the seventh grade lost 38-15.
Keener had eight points and Holly Rosengarten added four.
The eighth grade lost 31-17.
Wysong scored seven points and Stump added six.
Q: Who was the quarterback of the first AFL team to win a Super Bowl?
A: Joe Namath
“If Tom’s (Brady) going to embrace it, I’m going to embrace it.”
—LeGarrette Blount on the Patriots being an underdog in the AFC championship game