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Jerome girls team looks to complete sweep of Scioto

The Dublin Jerome High School girls basketball team plays a second sister program in 10 days when it meets visiting Dublin Scioto on Friday, Feb. 1.

The Celtics were 11-6 overall and 6-4 in the OCC-Cardinal Division before playing Westerville North on Jan. 29.

Jerome lost to Dublin Coffman 48-36 on Jan. 22 in a non-league game.

On Dec. 21, the Celtics defeated Scioto 51-48 in the first round of OCC-Cardinal play as three senior post players led the way. Hannah Gibbs scored 17 points, Sarah Auker had 14 and Katherine McCoy added 10.

On Tuesday, Feb. 5, the Celtics play a league contest at Worthington Kilbourne. Jerome beat the Wolves 54-40 on Jan. 4 as it made 14 of 15 free-throw attempts. Gibbs scored 16 points, and Auker had 15. Junior post player Madison Watson scored eight points and junior guard/forward Andrea Davidson had six.

Gibbs scored 13 points and Auker added 10 against Coffman.

On Jan. 25, the Celtics lost a league game to Hilliard Darby 54-45 as Gibbs scored 12 points and Auker added 10.

In a non-league game Jan. 26, Jerome beat Lancaster 32-27 as Auker and Gibbs both scored nine points and Watson added eight.

The Irish also will play at Jonathan Alder on Monday, Feb. 4.

Jerome boys await Scioto

The boys team was 4-10 overall and 2-6 in the OCC-Cardinal before playing Westerville North on Jan. 29.

The Celtics travel to Scioto on Friday, Feb. 1. They lost to Scioto 63-33 on Dec. 21, as senior post player Kyle Christman scored 10 points and senior guard Matt Holden and freshman guard Seve Stavroff both added eight.

On Tuesday, Feb. 5, Jerome plays a home league game against Kilbourne. The Celtics lost to the Wolves 57-41 on Jan. 4 as Christman scored 13 points and freshman guard Mason Baich added nine.

Baich scored 14 points, Christman had 13 and Stavroff added 10 in a 57-47 non-league loss to Thomas Worthington on Jan. 22.

Jerome lost to Darby 73-65 in a league game Jan. 25. Christman scored 23 points with four 3-pointers, senior guard John Laufersweiler and junior guard Connor Kerns both had 12 points and senior post player Austin Sherman added 10.

--Scott Hennen

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