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Drummond men, women cage Panther opponents



SHERIDAN – A first quarter surge by Luke Holland and 20 points from Jonah Parke helped the Drummond Trojans beat the Sheridan Panthers Friday night on the road.

“Kids played good tonight,” said Trojan Head Coach Levi Parsons. “(They) started off kinda of slow in the first half, mostly just unable to score. But they really turned it around in the second half and ran away with the game.”

Sheridan led 13-12 after one period, with Holland scoring eight of his 14 points. But then the Drummond defense turned up the heat defensively, holding the Panthers to six points or less over each of the next three periods while ramping up their own scoring.

Parke’s 20 was a game high for the Trojans followed by Holland. Allen added nine in the post.

Drummond’s two teams head back home Saturday night as they host Darby.

SCORING

DRUMMOND – 12/14/16/13 – 55

SHERIDAN – 13/5/4/6 – 28

Drummond – Pool 3, JParke 20, Holland 14, Huberg 4, Rigby 5, Allen 9

Sheridan – Lee 6, Hoss 7, JaGilman 6, Chistholm 2, McFarland 2, Balser 3, JoGilman 2

Boys JV

Drummond 16, Sheridan 13

Reese Hilmo helped lift the Trojan JV Boys to a win with a pair of late three-point baskets. Ethan Parke scored three while Tucker Weaver, Douglas Anderson and Cooper Bradshaw each added. John Langton rounded out the scoring with a free throw.

Girls Basketball

Drummond 58, Sheridan 20

The Lady Trojans overpowered the Panthers, using a tough defense and 26-point third period to secure their first win of the new year.

“We really focused on staying calm and running our plays,” said junior guard Rylee Hilmo. “We worked together well and ran the court in order to take the lead."

Once the locals held a 25-8 halftime advantage, they outscored Sheridan by 19 points in the third to ice the game.

"This was a great game for us to practice and improve in our game,” added Hannah Bradshaw. “I feel like overall we did really well with working together as one team and running through our plays."

Hilmo led Drummond with 16 points, followed closely by Sydney Phillips with 15. Senior Sara Kielley had nine.

SCORING

DRUMMOND – 9/16/26/7 – 58

SHERIDAN – 5/3/7/5 – 20

Drummond – Hilmo 16, Phillips 15, Parke 3, Kielley 9, Struna 2, Bradshaw 2, Hauptman 5, Seekell 6

Sheridan – MadFabel 1, MacFabel 3, Hill 7, Larsen 2, Tipton 7

Girls JV

Drummond 20, Sheridan 14

Jesse Struna had seven and Deana Parke netted a pair of threes to help the Lady Trojans earn a six-point win. Holly Hauptman added five and Liz Perry had two for Drummond.

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