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Results from Peru for Saturday, November 4th

The Peru Tigers welcomed the Oak Hill Golden Eagles into Tig-Arena for both teams opening game of the season. It was a back and forth physical struggle for both teams offensively and both teams shot under 30%. Ultimately the Golden Eagles came away with the victory with their defensive pressure and offensive rebounding. The Tigers were lead offensively by Kaylene Kirk with 9 points, 3 rebs, 1 assist, 1 block, and 2 steals. Addison Robbins had 6 points, 6 rebs, 2 assists, and 1 steal. Mareiona Mason had 4 points, 1 reb, and 1 assist. Brooklyn Garner had 2 points and 8 rebounds. Sydney Azbell had 2 rebs. Madalyn Gatliff had 2 rebs and 1 assist. Lucy Sensel had 1 rebound. The Tigers are now 0-1 on the year. The Tigers travel to Mississinewa tonight for another non-conference matchup with the Indians. JV tip off is at 6:00 with Varsity to follow.

Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Mississinewa 61 – 38

The Tigers traveled to Gas City to face the Mississinewa Indians in a non-conference matchup Saturday night. The Tigers came out strong holding a 11-9 lead after the first quarter. The Tigers then struggled with transition defense and gave up to many easy baskets to maintain any momentum and found themselves in a halftime deficit down 23-15. The Indians grew that lead to 20 in the 3rd quarter after the Tigers took quick shots and let the Indians continue to get out into transition and convert easy baskets. The Tigers showed life at the start of the 4th quarter cutting the lead to 12, but never got closer than that as transition continued to stifle the Tigers comeback attempts which ultimately lead to the final deficit as the Tigers could not get key stops. Leading the Tigers offensively was Addison Robbins with a double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds, 4 assists, and 1 steal. Mareiona Mason had 11 points, 2 rebs, and 3 assists. Maliyah Dunn had 4 points and 2 rebounds. Brooklyn Garner had 2 points and 5 rebounds. Kaylene Kirk had 2 points and 4 rebounds. Madalyn Gatliff had 2 points and 4 rebounds. Peyton Wideman, Kyannah Correll, and Emmy Thompson all chipped in with 1 rebound a piece. The Tigers are now 0-2 on the season and travel to Caston Tuesday night for a non-conference matchup. JV tipoff is set for 6:00 with varsity to follow.

Peru 7th grade boys defeated Pioneer 53-13 in the first game of the Logansport tournament

Peru 7th Grade Boys were defeated by Logansport 56-34 in a hard fought game

Game 1 Peru v. Pioneer:

Peru 48 Pioneer 25

Eldridge-25

Musser-9

Cook-5

Rogers-4

Mayhill-3

Caldwell-2

Game 2 Peru v. Logansport:

Peru 37 Logansport 56

Eldridge-14

Landis-6

Mayhill-5

Morehead-4

Jimenez-4

Musser-2

Hiles-2

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