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Sethre scores 1,000th point in Ashby win

It was a special night in Clinton on January 10 as the Ashby Arrows rolled to their seventh win of the season with a 73-53 victory over Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley.

It was a special night in Clinton on January 10 as the Ashby Arrows rolled to their seventh win of the season with a 73-53 victory over Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley.

Alisha Sethre scored her 1,000-career point, joining her brother Brandon who achieved the feat last season in his senior year.

Sethre scored 18 points on the night but was not even the leading scorer for Ashby against CGB. Emily Johnson scored a season high 28 points and set the unofficial school record for three-pointers made by going 8 of 9 from behind the arc.

Megan Gullickson and Amanda Johnson added 14 and 10, respectively. Johnson also added 14 rebounds.

The Arrows shot the ball well all night, hitting eight of the nine three-pointers they attempted and drilling 15 of 17 shots from the free-throw line.

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"The girls did a great job tonight with real balanced scoring and some fantastic shooting from the outside arc," head coach John Kent said.

The win moves the Arrows to 7-3 on the season and 4-1 in the Little Eight Conference.

GAME STATISTICS

ASHBY 73

CGB 53

ASHBY INDIVIDUAL LEADERS - Alisha Sethre - 18 points, 4 assists; Emily Johnson - 28 points, 4 assists; Megan Gullickson - 14 points, 5 steals; Amanda Johnson - 10 points, 14 rebounds;

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