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Cape Central girls roll to victory
Sarah Hyslop scored a game-high 20 points as Cape Central posted a 53-42 home victory over Farmington in girls high school basketball action Monday night.
Alex Wieser added 11 points and Erica McDonald netted 10 as the Lady Tigers improved to 7-2 on the season.
Cape Central led throughout the game, leading 15-6 after one quarter and 27-16 at halftime. The Lady Tigers took a 41-26 lead into the fourth quarter.
Farmington won the JV contest 51-20.
NEW SALEM 49, TRINITY 18
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Sarah Green netted 21 points as New Salem routed Trinity.
Jennifer Meek added 12 points for New Salem.
New Salem held a comfortable 26-12 advantage at halftime.
TRINITY 59, NEW SALEM 43
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Trinity built a commanding 24-7 lead by the close of the first quarter and cruised to victory.
Trinity, led by Nathan Cherry's 22 points, led 38-9 at halftime.
Andrew Conway netted 12 points for New Salem and Joe DaVault had 10.
-- From staff reports