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TCS’s Saurborn, C-B’s Barr join 1,000-point club

Created on:   Sat, Dec 30, 2017   12:16 AM

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MORGANTOWN — Trinity’s Emily Saurborn and Clay-Battelle’s Haley Barr earned admission to an exclusive group Dec. 29 — the 1,000-point club.

Saurborn, a senior, reached her milestone on a free throw after a technical foul in a 48-34 loss to Cascia Hall Prep (Tulsa, Okla.) in the KSA Events Holiday Tournament, in Orlando, Fla.

Barr’s 1000th point came on a floater in the second quarter of her Cee-Bees’ 54-46 triumph, at South Harrison. She finished with a team-high 15 points.

Barr, a senior guard, is the second 1,000-point scorer on the Cee-Bees’ roster, as teammate Abbey Ammons registered her 1,000th point last season.

Trinity scored went scoreless in the fourth quarter and managed only five points in the third in suffering its second setback of the season.

“We got some pretty good looks and couldn’t knock anything down,” Trinity coach Mike Baldy said.

“That was really the story. We just completely went dry. We just couldn’t score in the second half.”

Reagan Sharp led Trinity (6-2) with 17 points.

Rylee Burnette joined Barr in double figures for the Cee-Bees, with 13 points.

C-B pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring South Harrison, 16-5. Kylie Saltis poured in a game-high 26 points for South Harrison.

Trinity wraps up play in the KSA Events Holiday Tournament with the Dec. 30 11 a.m. game against the loser of the Dec. 29 Shadyside, Ohio-Sunbright, Tenn., contest.

The Cee-Bees are back in action again on Jan. 3, at Valley Wetzel.