Courtney Barber scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help lead Burris to a 49-13 victory against visiting Cowan on Thursday night. Grace Shymanski added 10 points for Burris, which rose to 4-12.
Waphani pulled ahead with 24 points in the second quarter and earned a 65-53 win against Shendoah. Kambrey Jolley scored 18 for the Raiders, while Lindi Thomas added 15.
Daleville won a low-scoring, Mid-Eastern Conference contest 30-27 against Monroe Central to move to 12-5 this season, adding to the school record for wins it set last game. Jaime Roberts led the Broncos with eight points. Kayla Bogue had eight points on 6-for-8 free-throw shooting in the loss.
Winchester senior Jill Morrison, a Ball State recruit, scored 30 points and set a new Randolph County record Thursday night as Winchester defeated Union City 60-31.
The 5-foot-8 shooting guard now has 1,773 points. She hit 10-of-17 field goals and was 8-for-8 in free throws. She broke the record of Whitney Frame of Randolph Southern, who scored 1,768 points in her career.
Bailey Gates added 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Golden Falcons (15-3). They finished at 7-0 as champions of the Tri-Eastern Conference.
Cameron Ottinger won the 100 freestyle and the 100 backstroke and also swam on two winning relays on Thursday night as Central won 117-49 at Southside. Andrew Dowdle won two events and swam on a relay winner for the Bearcats. Southside’s Spencer Gamble won the 50 freestyle by 3/100ths of a second.
Emmy Rawson took firsts in the 500 freestyle and the 100 backstroke to help visiting Muncie Central stop Southside on Thursday night, 128-55. Taylor Fabian set a pair of school records for the Rebels, winning the 200 freestyle in 2:14.15 and taking second in the 500 freestyle (6:02.06).
Jay County picked up its 15th dual meet win of the season, knocking off Marion 109-68. Caitlin Mark, Anne Vormohr, Laci Hall, Sophie Bader, Katy Smeltzer and Ashley Mark each won an event on the evening.
Jay County topped Southside 102.40-27.05. The Patriots’ Katie Snyder finished first in the vault, floor and bars with a total score of 35.45.
Six area players were named to the IFCA All-State Academic Team Region 5. The group includes Wes-Del’s Dakota
Malchow (84 tackles, 311 rushing yards in 2012), Yorktown’s Phillip Perry, Austin Reed, and Tayler
Long, Delta’s Brendan Gill and Southside’s Jacob