White River boys, girls defeat Franklin Pierce | TUESDAY BASKETBALL

GIRLS BASKETBALL White River 66, Franklin Pierce 59 BOYS BASKETBALL White River 78, Franklin Pierce 62

  • Wednesday, February 3, 2016 1:48pm
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GIRLS BASKETBALL

White River 66, Franklin Pierce 59

February 2 at Franklin Pierce

White River: 15-16-13-22 – 66

Franklin Pierce: 13-11-15-20 – 59

White River scoring: Kendall Bird 26, Darian Gore 11, Georgia Lavinder 10, Sydney Andersen 6, Kayla Howard 4, Sofia Lavinder 4, Maci Goethals 3, Lucy Rasmussen 2.

White River record: 13-0 league, 16-3 overall.

BOYS BASKETBALL

White River 78, Franklin Pierce 62

February 2 at Franklin Pierce

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White River record: 9-4 league, 12-7 overall.

 

 

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