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Today's Sports

  • Sunbright sets ‘Pace...

    By BRIAN LANGLEY

    Morgan County News

     SUNBRIGHT—In one of the biggest rivalries in Morgan County, Oakdale and Sunbright came away with a split in the first encounter on the hardwood this season last Friday at Sunbright.

        Fred Snow’s Lady Eagles got defensive and enjoyed a 46-32 win over Sunbright, while junior Randy Sexton fired in a season-high 36 points to lead the Tigers to an impressive 80-54 win over Oakdale in the boys game.  

        GIRLS GAME

  • Jordan lifts Lady Jackets

    By BRIAN LANGLEY

    Morgan County News

    COALFIELD-Coalfield and Wartburg hooked up on the hardwood

    for the first time of the season Friday night and the two games were

    split.

    Sophomore Alaina Jordan fired in a season-high 25 points to

    lead the Lady Jackets to a 55-40 win over Wartburg, while the

    Bulldogs kept Coalfield winless with an 80-35 victory in the boys

    game.

        GIRLS GAME

  • Coalfield and Oakdale split pair...

    By BRIAN LANGLEY

    Morgan County News

     

    OAKDALE-Coalfield and Oakdale earned a split in their first

    meeting this season on the hardwood last Tuesday in the Eagles Nest.

    In a game that was nip-and-tuck for a half, Carmen Hines'

    Lady Jackets used a 42-17 second-half surge and a career-high 22

    points from Tallesse Jones to pull away for a 70-39 win on the road.

    Oakdale sophomore D.J. Currier stepped up huge in the fourth

    quarter to thwart Coalfield's attempt at an upset bid in the boys

  • Wartburg stops Sunbright

    By BRIAN LANGLEY Morgan County News         WARTBURG-Wartburg opened up their District 4-A season with an impressive sweep of Sunbright Friday night.       The Lady Bulldogs remained undefeated

  • Wartburg sweeps Greenback

    By BRIAN LANGLEY Morgan County News         WARTBURG-Both Wartburg basketball teams flexed their muscles in a pair of regional battles against Greenback last Tuesday.       60 was the winning lo