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November 15, 2012

Okaw Spurts Upend Shelby

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — After the Shelbyville JV basketball team got off to a good start with a season-opening win over Okaw Valley, the Ram varsity got edged out by Okaw Valley scoring spurts, 48-42.

While Shelby scoring was steady with the Lady Rams scoring in double-figures in each period, Okaw’s 2nd and 4th quarter boosts put them over the top.

Shelbyville held a 10-7 lead after the 1st period. Shelby’s Olivia Williamson (Windsor) dialed up a 3-pointer, Madison Boone had a deuce and Lindsay Burton (Stew-Stras) scored from the floor and then made two free throws. Lindsay Floyd (Windsor) split a pair at the line.

Okaw got two early buckets from guard Paige Harlin and a basket from Amy Orris. Guard Mollee Decesaro split a pair of free throws and Okaw trailed by three.

Shelby put up another 10 points in the 2nd period, but Okaw took the lead on a 17-10 run. Floyd and guard Courtney Schultz (Stew-Stras) hit solo shots from the arc and Burton scored from the floor. Williamson came through at the line making 2-of-2.

However, the Timberwolves got a deuce and a trey from Megan Dash and Orris, matching the Ram scoring in the 2nd. Okaw’s leading scorer for the game, Amanda McClain, got on the scoreboard with a deuce and the a conventional 3-point play, as she scored and sank the resulting free throw. Decesaro scored again for the 4-point Okaw lead, at the break, 24-20.

Shelby scored another 10-points in the 3rd period and trimmed the Okaw lead. They got most of it from Burton. Burton scored on a traditional 3-point play, scored again, then had another 3-point play for 8 of the 10 Ram points in the period. Madison Boone added the other bucket.

Okaw got two more scores from McClain and solo buckets from Shelby dash and Decesaro. They held a slim 32-20 lead heading into crunch time.

The tempo ticked up in the 4th period.

, the Rams kicked it up a notch, but so did the T’Wolves. Okaw went on a 16-12 run to stay ahead at the wire.

Burton scored twice from the field, then went to the line three more times, making 3-of-5 shots to finish with a 7-point 4th. The rest of the Ram points late came off free throws. Boone made 3-of-4 foul shots and Lindsey Floyd made 2-of-4.

Meanwhile, Okaw got three more scores from McClain and a host of free throws from Abigail Weybright. Weybright got on the board late with a bucket, then made 4-of-7 free throws. Shelby Dash and Keri Herold added solo twos for a 6-point Okaw margin at the buzzer.  

Shelbyville (0-1) was to host Brownstown on Thursday, then travel to Arthur on Monday. Okaw Valley (1-0) was to travel to Sullivan on Thursday, then travel to Meridian on Monday.

Monday

Varsity

Okaw Valley 48, Shelbyville 42

Okaw       7-17-8-16—48

Shelby  10-10-10-12—42

Ram stats: Lindsay Burton 21 (7 FGs, 9/7 FTs), Lindsay Floyd 6 (1-3 pt FG, 3/6 FTs), Madison Boone 7 (2 FGs, 3/6 FTs), Olivia Williamson 5 (1-3 pt FG, 2/2 FTs), Courtney Schultz 3 (FG). Team FGs 12 (3-3s). Team FTs 15-of-24.

Okaw stats: McClain 15 (7 FGs, 1/5 FTs), Orris 7 (2-2s, 1-3 pt FGs), Weybright 6 (FG, 4/7 FTs), Decesaro 5 (2 FGs, 1/2 FTs), M. Dash 5 (1-2, 1-3 pt FG), S. Dash 4 (2 FGs, 0/2 FTs), Harlin 4 (2 FGs), Keri Herold 2 (FG). Team FGs 20 (2-3s). Team FTs 6-of-11.

JV

Shelbyville won

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