Rossville Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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First Team All County Austin Miller

Austin Miller Rossville senior The Hornets second shooting guard, along with Tonsoni on the opposite wing, became a lethal combination for Rossville. Miller also improved his skill set by working on his dribble penetration and driving to the basket. Miller lit up Frontier for a career-high 34 points this winter. He also played a major

First Team all County Brandon Tonsoni

FIRST TEAM Brandon Tonsoni Rossville senior The Hornets sharp-shooter led the county in scoring this season as he amassed 434 points, surpassing the landmark 1,000-point mark by more than 300 points. He also helped lead the Hornets to their first sectional victory since 2002. Tonsoni averaged 17.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game

All County Boys Basketball Team

Frankfort, Rossville highlight All-County team Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 8:00 pm BY JIMMY GILLISPIE This year’s race to make The Times All-Clinton County boys’ basketball team was a tight one, but in the end, the two best teams filled most of the first and second teams. Frankfort and Rossville combine to take up

Girls Basketball All County Team

All-County girls’ basketball: Frankfort, CP highlight 1st, 2nd teams Posted: Monday, March 31, 2014 8:00 pm BY JIMMY GILLISPIE This year’s Clinton County girls’ basketball championship came down to the final seconds between Frankfort and Clinton Prairie, so it’s no doubt that both squads dominated the Times All-County squad. The county title was won

8th Grade Girls Basketball

On Wednesday Rossville’s 8th grade girls basketball team raced out to a 15-0 lead as they defeated Clinton Prairie 35-10.  Rossville’s intense defense created numerous turnovers that led to easy baskets.  The Lady Hornets played solid team-basketball and placed 6 girls in the scoring column.  Maggie Deboy scored 12; Marissa Heath and Skyler Miller each

Girls Basketball Sectional

Rossville eliminated from sectional: Hornets cut deficit in half from Feb. 3 game; Trojans advance BY JIMMY GILLISPIE ROSSVILLE – Despite his team being eliminated from the Class A Sectional 54 tournament, Michael Gick had no regrets about their effort Tuesday night. Gick’s Rossville girls’ basketball team faced a Tri-Central squad that defeated the

8th Grade Girls Basketball

On Monday Rossville’s 8th grade basketball girls defeated East Tipp in front of a nice-sized home crowd.  The Lady Hornets started the game with a lot of defensive energy holding East Tipp to 1 first half point and winning the game 26-14.  Maggie Deboy had 8 points and some nice assists.  Skyler Miller and Jayden

Girls Basketball

Girls’ sectional brackets released: Clinton Central, Rossville begin postseason action next week BY JIMMY GILLISPIE This week’s winter weather has already canceled games on Tuesday night and might impact practice schedules for the four Clinton County girls’ basketball teams as they prepare for next week’s sectional tournaments. On Sunday, the sectional pairings were announced

7th Grade Girls Basketball

The 7th grade girls basketball team lost 19-11 to Frankfort.  Camryn Geheb  scored 7, also scoring for the girls were Maci Oliver, Madi McMains and Mia Moore.

8th Grade Girls Basketball

Hornets beat Hot Dogs On Wednesday night, Rossville’s eighth grade girls’ basketball team opened its season with a win at Frankfort. Rossville jumped out to a 14-4 first-quarter lead and cruised to a 36-10 victory. Rossville had a balanced scoring attack with seven girls scoring, led by Maggie Deboy’s 12 points. Julia Malson and Marissa