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Fredericktown’s Hope Huvler (24) and Kayla Casto strip the ball away from Cardington’s Summer Morgan during Thursday’s game. The Freddies won, 59-36.
Fredericktown’s Hope Huvler (24) and Kayla Casto strip the ball away from Cardington’s Summer Morgan during Thursday’s game. The Freddies won, 59-36. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
February 8, 2013 10:08 am EST

 

FREDERICKTOWN — Fredericktown’s Kayla Casto and Courtney Jackson combined for 19 points on Thursday, giving their team a double boost to help them to a late-season win.

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Teammate Emily Williams dropped in 18 points of her own to give the Fredericktown Freddies (17-4) a 59-36 victory over the Cardington-Lincoln Pirates (5-14) in their nonconference basketball matchup on Thursday.

In the first period, Williams hit a pair of field goals early and teammate Macy Earnest (four points) landed two free throws to maintain a 17-6 Fredericktown lead.

“Macy’s tough,” said Fredericktown coach Wes Elifritz. “As a freshman, she’s one of the toughest kids on the court for either team. She’s not afraid to mix it up. We’ve been very happy with what she has given us this year.”

 

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