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Ligouri Pushes Bulldog Offense to New Heights To Outgun Missouri Foe; Binder Surpasses One Thousand Career Points Against Palmyra
Ligouri Pushes Bulldog Offense to New Heights To Outgun Missouri Foe; Binder Surpasses One Thousand Career Points Against Palmyra
Ligouri Pushes Bulldog Offense to New Heights To Outgun Missouri Foe; Binder Surpasses One Thousand Career Points Against Palmyra

Ligouri Pushes Bulldog Offense to New Heights To Outgun Missouri Foe; Binder Surpasses One Thousand Career Points Against Palmyra

Entering the new year, the 8-0 Bulldogs had held their opponents to an average of 31.4 points per game, including two games in which Auburn’s opponents failed to reach the 20-point mark. But when the Maryville, Missouri Spoofhounds crossed state lines on Tuesday, January 2, no defensive scheme would win the day.

Lady Eagles Have More Than Enough Scoring For Three-Win Week

The Class D1 #4 Lady Eagles went 3-0 this past week with wins over Lourdes Central Catholic on Tuesday, January 2, Pawnee City on Thursday, January 4, and Weeping Water on Saturday, January 6. Taryn Ottemann led the Lady Eagles with an average of 20 points per game in the three-game stretch. Johnson-Brock defeated their three most recent opponents by an average margin of 33 points.

Auburn Splits Closely Contested Home Games Against Maryville, MO, Palmyra
Auburn Splits Closely Contested Home Games Against Maryville, MO, Palmyra

Auburn Splits Closely Contested Home Games Against Maryville, MO, Palmyra

Coach Grant Cole’s Bulldog team found themselves in a couple of battles this past week. The Auburn girls hosted Maryville, Missouri and Palmyra this past week in Auburn. The Bulldogs fell short against the Spoofhounds on Tuesday, January 2, but bounced back with a close victory over Palmyra on Friday, January 5. Auburn sits at 5-7 following their most recent week of play.

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