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Franklin County 42, Oldenburg 38

Brookville- The Franklin County Lady Wildcats, playing their third game in two days after participating in the Indian Creek Tournament Friday, won their second consecutive game, defeating Oldenburg Academy on Saturday, 42-38.  Key free throw shooting in the fourth quarter, 11 makes in 17 attempts, helped Franklin County pull away for the win.

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OA led 10-6 at the end of the first quarter.  The Lady Twisters got trifectas from Katie Johnson and Claire Hollingsworth while four of the Wildcats six points in the quarter came from the free throw line.  Taylor McCreary had FC’s only field goal.

Two free throws by Abby Orschell gave the Wildcats their first lead since the opening points of the game, 12-11.  With 3:35 remaining in the half, Katie Kinker drilled a three from right corner and made Oldenburg history.  The senior became the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1278 points, surpassing the previous mark of 1277 held by Matt Moorman.

Kinker scored seven of the Twisters eight points in the second stanza, allowing OA to take an 18-16 lead at the half.  Orschell scored six in the frame for Franklin County while Kairee Hodapp added the other four.

The Brookville ladies hit 5 of 6 shots from the charity stripe in the third quarter, three from Jenna Orschell and two from Megan Getz, to help tie the Twisters at 27 headed into the final quarter.  Kinker added four more point to her total while teammate Gigi Dreyer scored three.

Kinker’s second triple of the game gave the Twisters a 4-point lead early in the fourth.  The Wildcats tied the game at 35 when Getz hit four consecutive charity tosses the Taylor McCreary’s field goal which followed gave the hosts the lead for good.  Free throws extended the lead to seven, 42-35.  Hannah Hurm’s bomb got OA within four, but the Wildcats held on for the 42-38 win.

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