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First NCO Girls All-Star Game Held at Shelby

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  Original Published: 3/20/2014The first annual NCO Girls All-Star game, sponsored by the Shelby Rotary Club took place at Shelby High School Wednesday evening with the Black All-Stars outrunning the White 88-84. All 19 players scored with the White team's Macey Sheerer of Bucyrus scoring 25 points and being named the game MVP. Two other players on the White team scored in double figures with Brenna Quinn of Wynford and Hannah Wyeth of Bucyrus scoring 12. Rounding out the scoring for the White team was Molea Thompson(Madison)with ten, Kelley Rhodes(Lexington)eight, Sydnie Featherolf(Norwalk), Bella Stoll(St. Paul)and Meghan Harrer(Wynford)four and Brooke Karl(Buckeye Central)five. For the Black All-Stars, Tiza Jones Mansfield St. Peter's led the way with 14, followed by Jordyn Wright of Riverdale 13. Other scorers for the Black All-Stars Fantasia Hood(Madison)12, Alexis Stoops(Ashland)11, Kailee Flowers(Norwalk)and Naya Pender(Mansfield Senior)ten, Asley Myers(Huron)eight, Jayde Niss(Ontario)and Taylor Fulton(Shelby)four and Kelly Norrod(New London)two. Trailing 56-41 in the second half, the White team went out on a 20-4 run to take the lead at 61-60. But the Black team was able to mount a run of their own of 28-23 in the final minutes to win by four. The White All-Stars were coached by Wynford's Amy Taylor-Sheldon, the Black All-Stars by Shelby's Natalie Lantz.
   
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