By John Lachmann
Simon Kenton fell in the championship game of the Allen County-Scottsville Classic, 57-51 to the host Patriots on Tuesday.
Senior guard Abby Owings scored a team-best 15 points, and senior guard Christina Cook added 10 points, five rebounds and three steals in the Pioneers’ losing effort.
Owings and junior guard McKenzue Hester were named to the all-tournament team. Senior forward Rachel Cox was Simon Kenton’s recipient of a $500 academic scholarship.
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SIMON KENTON (11-2): Owings 5 2 15, Hester 3 0 8, Cook 5 0 10, Cox 1 2 4, Bosse 2 2 6, Meier 2 0 4, Tomlin 2 0 4. Totals 20 6 51.
ALLEN COUNTY-SCOTTSVILLE (13-2): Young 2 1 5, Brooks 1 1 4, Rich 5 6 19, Hudson 0 2 2, Gregory 4 10 18, Robinson 4 1 9. Totals 16 21 57.
3-pointers: ACS—Rich 3, Brooks. SK—Owings 3, Hester 2.
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Freshman center fielder Hailey Nicholas singled up the middle with no outs in the bottom of the eighth to lift Cooper to a win over Campbell County.
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