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Payne Within Reach Of All Time Scoring Record at St.Peter's

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/16/2013

On Tuesday evening the Mansfield St.Peter's Spartan girls rolled to their 13 win in 14 tries with an 82-30 win over Plymouth.  Spartan senior Randa Payne led all scorers with 48 points breaking her own school record for most points scored in a single game.  At this point, Payne stands just 106 points away from setting a new girls career scoring record at St.Peter's

The all-time mark for scoring in girls basketball at St.Peter's is held by former Spartan Gretchen Polinski with 1,681 points (2002-'05).  With eight games remaining in the regular season, plus tournament Payne stands at 1,575 points.  The Spartan girls are next on the court Thursday evening at home when they take on Shelby.

   
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