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Colts, Knights open high school hoops season with wins

Wednesday marked a successful opening day for Korah and St. Mary's in girls high school basketball
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Korah and St. Mary’s each picked up victories on opening day of the city girls high school basketball season on Wednesday night.

In junior action at St. Mary’s, Sienna Magli had nine points to lead the Knights to a 40-15 win over White Pines at home.

Abby Jaremko added eight points for St. Mary’s in the win.

Olivia Hiscock paced White Pines with eight points.

In the senior game between the two schools, Ashlyn Noble led all scorers with 28 points in a 73-23 St. Mary’s victory.

Ella Zachary chipped in with 10 points while Payton Magli added nine for the Knights.

Chloe Cormier had 12 points for White Pines while Lexi Pine had seven in the loss.

At Korah, Judy Nouh had 10 points as Korah beat Superior Heights 48-21 in the junior game.

The Colts also got eight points each from Abby Tremblay and Bianca Biagini in the victory.

Priya Rasaiah had six points and Cecelia Meade had four points for Superior Heights.

The senior game saw the Colts open the season with a 58-34 win over the Steelhawks.

Korah’s Lucy Lafrance led all scorers in the game with 15 points while Delaney Elliott added 12 points for the Colts in the win.

Taya Shackelton led Superior Heights with 12 points while Sadie Grawbarger added nine for the Steelhawks.

Action resumes on Sept. 27 when White Pines hosts Korah in both junior and senior action with Superior Heights hosting St. Mary’s the following night, also in both junior and senior games.

Junior games tip off at 5:15 p.m. with senior games following up at 7 p.m.

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