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February 2, 2014

Christian Heritage varsity, JV both win versus Grace

Christian Heritage’s middle school girls basketball team won 40-14 last Saturday, Jan. 25, against Grace.

Olivia Idom scored 11 points for the Lady Lions, while Kelsey Scheneller helped with 10 points and Megan Scheneller added nine points in the dominating win.

In the JV game, the Christian Heritage girls won 20-9. Madison Brown scored 12 points, and MoMo Herndon added three points for the Lady Lions. Records for the season were not provided for either team.

Area middle school results are published on Mondays and Thursdays in The Daily Citizen. Coaches should send information to sports@daltoncitizen.com with the final score, outstanding performers, team’s overall and league win-loss record (if applicable) and date and location of the competition included in the report. Events that take place on Monday and Tuesday must be received by noon Wednesday for publication; events that take place on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday must be received by noon Sunday for publication. Events reported after the deadline or without complete information may not be published.

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