Local sports roundup – December 22



Hornets fall to Borden


Medora fell to Borden 67-21 on Saturday.

In the first quarter, the Braves outscored the Hornets 31-4.

The Braves slowed down on offense after the first eight minutes, but the Hornets wouldn’t score in double digits in a quarter during the game.

Carley McCammon led the Hornets with 12 points, and Avery Carney grabbed eight rebounds.

The Hornets committed 38 turnovers for the game.

Medora (3-9) hosts Rising Sun tonight.

Cougars suffer 4th straight loss


Trinity Lutheran struggled offensively Saturday as the Cougars lost their fourth straight game.

Oldenburg Academy defeated the the Cougars 57-29 at the Bollinger Athletic Complex.

The Twisters took a 15-6 lead after the first quarter and added another 15 points before intermission to lead 30-19 at the half.

In the second half, the Cougars scored five points each in the third and fourth quarters.

Kaitlyn Wright led the Cougars with nine points on three 3-pointers.

Of their team’s 28 rebounds, Sydney Stuckwisch led the Cougars’ with eight boards. Angi Bergstedt recorded six.

Up next, the Cougars (2-7) play in the Sheridan Tournament on Dec. 29 and 30.


Hornets rock Jug Rox


Medora put Friday’s 60-34 loss to Orleans in the rear-view mirror and picked up a 58-24 win Saturday against Shoals at the Hornets Nest.

After one quarter, the Hornets led 14-13.

But that was all the offense the Jug Rox could muster, as they scored two points in the second quarter and a combined nine points in the second half.

Jalen Beesley led the Hornets with 19 points on seven made field goals — three of which came from behind the 3-point line.

The Hornets’ Kirk Stewart distributed the ball well on the night, finishing with 11 assists.

Austin Fish and Mike Jones each recorded five rebounds, as the Hornets won the battle of the boards with 27 total rebounds.

The Hornets (3-4) will play in the Edinburgh Tournament on Dec. 29 and 30.

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