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From left, Ashley Longshaw, Danny Horton, Cecelia Comerford and Alexis Nungester chased a Dayton Christian opponent down the court on a fast break. (Photo by Megan Bachman)


SPORTS SUNDAY — McKinney girls split games

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The McKinney girls basketball team took on Dayton Christian last week in an unexpected double-header and split the games with the visiting foe. The Bulldogs won the first game 21–12. Elizabeth Smith put in eight points, Kaliyah Fulton and Anna Mullin each scored four points and Maya Creighton and Erica Ranard each contributed a bucket.

Coach Evin Wimberly only found out about the second game after the first was over, so many of the Bulldog starters had to sit out the second half of the second game. As the result, the girls lost 44–10.

“The girls played through, despite the confusion,” Coach Wimberly said. Julia Roberts had three points in that game; Fulton, Smith and Longshaw added two points apiece, and Olivia Brintlinger-Conn added one point.


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