The Highland Scots controlled the boards and the ball in the first half, cruising to a 45-25, win over the visiting Centennial Stars in the first round of OHSAA girls Division II sectional tournament play, on Tuesday.
When Fredericktown High School senior Hannah Vaughn broke her right hand, just before the start of autumn volleyball season, there was little doubt that she would be back to help her team late in the season as soon as her hand healed.
A tired and slightly banged-up Centerburg Trojans basketball team kicked it into gear in the second half to put away the visiting Delaware Christian Eagles in a Tuesday non-league matchup, 42-35.
Saturday morning, while Fredericktown Freddies’ girl’s basketball coach Tim Maceyko was preparing for his team to host the Cardington Pirates (15-1, 12-0 KMAC), his daughter, Allie Maceyko, received a text from Kynlee Edwards.
When the Fredericktown Freddies host the Cardington Pirates in their scheduled Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference girls basketball matchup Saturday, it could be one of the more memorable games for both programs in a very long time.