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Buck leads Homestead over Bishop Dwenger

Homestead junior Sydney Buck, left, looks to pass to Josie Fisher against Bishop Dwenger on Thursday. Buck scored 28 points to lead the Spartans to a 72-47 victory. (Photo by Don Converset of The News-Sentinel)
Homestead junior Sydney Buck, left, looks to pass to Josie Fisher against Bishop Dwenger on Thursday. Buck scored 28 points to lead the Spartans to a 72-47 victory. (Photo by Don Converset of The News-Sentinel)
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The junior guard scored 28 points including 8 three-pointers

Friday, November 16, 2012 08:37 am
Sydney Buck scored 28 points to lead Homestead to a 72-47 win over Bishop Dwenger in girls basketball action Thursday at Dwenger. It was the opening game of the season for Homestead while Dwenger fell to 1-2.The teams were tied at 12 at the end of the first quarter with Buck, a 5-8 junior guard, being held scoreless. Buck scored 13 points, including three three-point field goals, in the second quarter to help the Spartans to a 34-24 halftime lead. She continued her long-range shooting in the second half, scoring 15 points on five three-point field goals to finish with eight three-pointers in the game.

Grace German, a 6-0 sophomore forward, followed Buck in scoring for the Spartans with 20 points. Lindley Kistler, a 6-0 freshman forward, also scored in double figures for Homestead with 11.

Bishop Dwenger was led by Ally Christman with 15 points and Kathryn Jenkins with 12.

In other prep action Thursday:— South Side's 200 medley relay team (Brooklyne Beatty, Baleigh Haynes, Isabella Herman, Marelia Miller) won the only event for the Archers in a 99-80 loss to South Adams.

— Jaylr Radziminski won the 50-yard freestyle in 31.46 for North Side's only first-place finish in a 130-50 loss to East Noble.

— Bishop Dwenger finished second to Bellmont in a three-way meet that also included Bishop Luers. Erica Evans and Marissa McDonald had two individual firsts and a first in a relay for Dwenger. Bellmont nipped the Saints 134-131 while Bishop Luers had 63.

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