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No. 1 FSHS continues to roll with win over No. 5 Lincoln: PHOTOS
Every game is a statement game for Fairmont Senior (16-1) coach Corey Hines and his Lady Polar Bears. Monday night was no different as No. 1 Fairmont Senior rolled fifth-ranked Lincoln, 62-35, at the Woody Williams Armory on Senior Night to become Big 10 Conference champions.
Lady Polar Bears, Lady Huskies headline poll
When the girls’ basketball Associated Press poll was released Monday, two of the top three teams came from Marion County. Here’s the breakdown:
Fairmont Senior tops Lincoln on road, 67-57
Fairmont Senior’s boys’ team picked up another Big 10 Conference win Monday night, beating Lincoln, 67-57, on the road.
Greely shines for Bees
One thing East Fairmont’s boys’ basketball team has is size. The biggest player on the squad came through with the team’s two biggest performances this past week.
Polar Bears upset No. 5 Westside, 88-83: PHOTOS
With the remnants of a winter storm left on the ground, it seemed as if the Fairmont Senior Polar Bears were in their natural element as they toppled No. 5 Westside, 88-83, Saturday afternoon at the Woody Williams Armory.
FSHS swims to first at regional
Fairmont Senior’s boys’ swim team continued to show its dominance Saturday in the pool at Shepherd University. The boys’ team finished first in the Region II meet, breaking records along the way all the while winning with an overall score of 123.5 points to Jefferson’s 116.5.
Nunn lifts Polar Bears over Bees, 46-44: PHOTOS
Darhius Nunn knew right away that his shot was going in.
With the game tied at 44 and a minute left on the clock, Fairmont Senior went into a continuity offense to hold for the last shot. Time wound down, and with six second left, the Polar Bear sophomore guard drove along the baseline, then stepped back to hit the game-winning shot.
North Marion falls to Lewis County
The Huskies were defeated by Lewis County Wednesday night at North Marion, 59-49.
They led for nearly the entire contest but in the fourth quarter were outscored 22-4 to snap their three-game winning streak.
County teams go two-for-three
Playing with the Associated Press’ No. 1 ranking for the first time, Fairmont Senior’s girls’ basketball team had a target on its back.
But in a 69-42 win at Preston, the Polar Bears were the ones doing the shooting.
Kaden Whaley scored 22 points, Emily Stoller had 12 and Ty Horton added 10 to help the top-ranked team in the state improve to 15-1.
East Fairmont Junior High picks up two
East Fairmont Junior High boys’ basketball team took home two more wins Monday night against Fairview Middle.
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