Shelbyville Daily Union


October 1, 2012

Lady Ram 7th Gets 1st Win, 8th Loses

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — Shelbyville 7th grade girls basketball got their first win of the season on Thursday, edging Meridian, 14-12. The Moulton 8th grade took a loss, 43-16.

Sydney Trainor led the Rams in scoring with eight of the 14 points, while Danielle Lochbaum was the chairman of the boards, grabbing 12 rebounds.

It was a up beat 1st period with both teams scoring half their points and going into the 2nd  period tied, 6-6. Shelby scored in the 2nd and shut out Meridian. That would be  the difference in the ball game.

In the 2nd half the teams traded 4-2 quarters, leaving the Rams up by two at the final buzzer. Three Rams scored, Lockbaum, Trainor, and Hannah Karraker ( 2 points). Meridian only had two players score, Herbert (8) and Walker (4).



Shelbyville 14, Meridian 12

Shelby    6-2-2-4—14

Meridian  6-0-4-2—12

Ram stats: Trainor 8 points, 3 rebounds; Lochbaum 4 points, 12 rebounds; Karraker 2 points, rebound.

Meridian stats: Herbert 8 points; Walker 4 points.


Meridian 43, Shelbyville 16

Shelby       5-6-3-2—16

Meridian  10-13-9-11—43

Ram stats: Mia Jones 10 points, 13 rebounds; Dakota Riley 4 points, 6 rebounds; Alexis Woods 2 points, 3 rebounds; Jerrica Hood 5 rebounds.

Meridian stats: Aukamp 20 points; Gete 12 points; C. Herbert 6 points; A. Herbert 2 points; Wetzel 2 points; Bogle 1 point.

Shelbyville plays host to Sullivan Monday at 6 p.m., then travels to Pana Sacred Heart on Tuesday at 6 p.m.


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