Hudson breaks record in 61-32 win


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Sidney’s Sylvia Hudson scores her 1,444 point, breaking the previous Sidney girls basketball all-time scoring record of 1,443 held by Tangela Wells since 1984. Hudson made the point on a foul shot against Troy at Sidney Wednesday night.

Sidney’s Sylvia Hudson scores her 1,444 point, breaking the previous Sidney girls basketball all-time scoring record of 1,443 held by Tangela Wells since 1984. Hudson made the point on a foul shot against Troy at Sidney Wednesday night.


Staff report

SIDNEY — The No. 3-ranked Sidney High girls basketball team let Troy hang around for a half, then buried the Lady Trojans in the second half in a 61-32 victory Wednesday night at the high school in front of a near capacity crowd.

The win put the Lady Jackets at 21-0 on the season, and they should wrap up a perfect regular season Saturday at home against Greenville. The first time those two teams met, Sidney won by 41 points.

The first part of the game was focused on Sidney senior Sylvia Hudson, who went into the contest needing only three points to become the school’s all-time scoring leader in girls basketball.

It didn’t take long for Tangela Wells’ record of 1,443 points to fall — Hudson scored all 11 Sidney points in the first quarter, which ended 11-8.

Sidney opened it up to 23-11 in the second quarter before allowing the Lady Trojans back in it at 25-18 at the half, but by the end of the third period, the Lady Jackets had pulled away to am 18-point lead, and they turned it into a lopsided with with a big final period.

Celena Taborn, Sidney’s 6-foot-3 junior post player, poured in 28 to lead the Lady Jackets and also pulled down 11 rebounds. Hudson finished with 21, including 7 for 8 at the line.

“A great win for our seniors tonight,” said coach Megan Mummey. “It was one of the best atmospheres I have ever experienced in my five years here. I was so honored with the amount of community support we had tonight. This was a great way for our seniors to go out. I am so excited for Sylvia. She committed to Urbana university today and breaks the all-time scoring record. This is such a great accomplishment.”

Troy (32) — Kaup 2, Adkins 2, Short 2, Besecker 8, Dornbusch 9, Niswonger 4, Otstot 2, Stookey 4, Holycross 1.

Sidney (61) — Davis 7, Nuss 3, Egan 2, Hudson 21, Taborn 28.

Score by quarters:

Troy—8 18 23 32

Sidney—11 25 41 61

Three-pointers: Sidney 4 (Taborn 2, Davis, Nuss); Troy 5 (Dornbusch 3, Besecker 2).

Records: Sidney 21-0, Troy 9-11.

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Loramie 57, St. Henry 28

ST. HENRY — The Fort Loramie girls coasted to an easy 57-28 rout of St. Henry in non-league girls basketball action Tuesday night.

The win put the Lady Redskins at 16-4 on the year with Jackson Center coming to town tonight.

Fort Loramie forced St. Henry into 30 turnovers. The Lady Redskins were up 29-9 at the half after allowing St. Henry just ten shot attempts.

Holly Frey had 17 to lead Loramie.

Fort Loramie (58) — Gasson 2, R. Frey 5, Quinter 4, Luebke 2, Brandewie 3, Meyer 9, Boerger 7, Holthaus 2, Hoying 6, H. Frey 17.

St. Henry (28) — Stammen 12, Rose 5, Niekamp 2, Siefring 6, Keller 3.

Score by quarters:

FL—14 29 45 57

SH—5 9 19 28

Three-pointers: Loramie 2 (Meyer 2); SH 4 (Stammen 2, Siefring 2).

Records: FL 16-4, SH 4-16.

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New Bremen 58, Spencerville 40

SPENCERVILLE — The New Bremen Lady Cardinals had big second and fourth quarters in winning over SpencervilleTuesday night, 58-40 in non-league girls action.

The Lady Cardinals are now 15-5 on the season and host Marion Local tonight.

Bremen was led by Debbie Paul, who had 16 points and 11 rebounds. Alyse Clune and Amanda Brown both scored 11 points and Kayla Bergman pulled down 11 rebounds to go with six points.

New Bremen outrebounded the Lady Bearcats 39-23.

New Bremen (58) — Paul 16, Clune 11, Brown 11, Bergman 6, Homan 6, Jones 4, Steineman 2, Naylor 2.

Spencerville (40) — K. Grigsley 2, Henline 8, Smith 13, Work 3, Propst 5, J. Grigsby 1, Satterfield 2, Mulhiolland 2, Carter 4.

Score by quarters:

New Bremen—15 30 39 58

Spencerville—15 24 32 40

Three-pointers: NB 6 (Clune 3, Brown 3); Spencerville 4 (Henline 2, Work, Propst).

Records: NB 15-5, Spencerville 7-12.

Reserve score: NB 35, Spencerville 9.

Sidney’s Sylvia Hudson scores her 1,444 point, breaking the previous Sidney girls basketball all-time scoring record of 1,443 held by Tangela Wells since 1984. Hudson made the point on a foul shot against Troy at Sidney Wednesday night.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/02/web1_SDN020316SidGbball.jpgSidney’s Sylvia Hudson scores her 1,444 point, breaking the previous Sidney girls basketball all-time scoring record of 1,443 held by Tangela Wells since 1984. Hudson made the point on a foul shot against Troy at Sidney Wednesday night.
Hudson breaksscoring record

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