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Sports briefs

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Linton sixth girls fall

The Lintlon-Stocktn Elementary School sixth grade girls basketball team fell to PCYLB-Spencer 46-4 on Tuesday.

Chloe Boyd and Ashtonn Powell scored two points each for the Lady Miners who fell to 0-2 on the year.

Linton sixth boys rout Clay City

The Linton-Stockton Elementary School handed Clay City a 51-11 setback Monday night.

Evan Slover led the Miners with 10 points followed by Jaden Chambers with eight, Silas Robbins and Justin Riggleman with seven each, Dane Witty and Sammy Robbins with six each, Jacob Goodwin with four, Brock Nash and Roman Weber with two points each.

The Miner sixth graders are now 2-1 on the year.

Bloomfield fifth stops Eastern Greene

The Bloomfield Elementary fifth grade boys basketball team posted a 46-19 win over Eastern Greene on Monday night at Bloomfield.

Cameron Ross and Turner Royal led the Cardinals with 10 points each.

Caleb Frady finished with seven for Bloomfield while Jack Townsend added six, Josh Pyne nine, Lane Skinner two and Nate Hughes two.

Gabe Farmer, Austin Page, Noah Cumming and Peyton Davis also played for the Cardinals.

Cards win fifth grade game

Bloomfield defeated Shakamak 55-19 in a fifth grade boys basketball game Tuesday night.

Jack Townsend paced the winners with 17 points. Josh Pyne scored 11 points, Turner Royal 10, Peyton Davis six, Lane Skinner, Caleb Frady and Cameron Ross each scored four, Noah Cumming two and Nate Hughes added one.

Austin Page, Eli Cumming and Gabe Farmer also played.

Lyons wins 1 of 2

The WRV-Lyons boys basketball team split two games against Carlisle Tuesday night.

The fifth graders lost 28-17.

Joe Records led with 11 points while Noah Walton scored four and Christian Moreno added two.

WRV won the sixth grade game 27-23.

Addison Wall paced Lyons with 16 points. Peyton Jackson scored four points, Brandon Wood three and Caleb Fish and Justus Lundy each added two.

**Lady T-Bird volleyball clinic

The Eastern Greene Lady Thunderbird Volleyball Coaching Staff will be presenting a winter intensive volleyball clinic for any girl that attends Eastern Greene in grades 4 through 7.

The clinic will focus on the skills needed for volleyball -- passing, serving, setting, attacking, blocking, defense, and offense.

The clinic will introduce the girls to as much about volleyball in the four sessions as possible.

Clinic dates are Friday, Jan. 11 from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan 15 from 5 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 17 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and Tuesday, Jan. 22 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.

All training sessions will take place at the Eastern Greene Middle School gym. Campers should have gym shoes, shorts, T-shirt, knee pads (if possible) and be ready to learn about volleyball.

Cost of the clinic is $50 and checks should be made payable to the Eastern Greene Volleyball/Softball Booster Club.

Any questions may be directed to head coach Gina Ingram at (812) 876-2844 or assistant coach Lesley Kimmel at (812) 486-8921.

Registration forms will be available in the EGMS office after Christmas break or on the first night of the clinic.

Pictures, results welcome

The Greene County Daily World encourages area sports youth coaches or parents and elementary and junior high school coaches to submit pictures of your teams for publication as well as your game results.

Pictures should include identification information about all players and coaches as well as any other info about the team's accomplishments.

Pictures can be e-mailed as pdfs to hargisbj@gmail.com or to rcurl@gcdailyworld.com. Actual photos can be dropped off at 79 S. Main St., Linton, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Photos can be picked up after they are published.

Results, including first and last games and any information, can be sent to the same addresses.

Pictures can only be published one time per season.

Pictures should be at least 7 inches wide with a resolution of 250.

For more information, call (812) 847-4487, ext 12.



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