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Copenhagen Girls Break Away From Pirates

Six players scored six points or more as Copenhagen rode excellent scoring balance to break away from Harrisville 82-26 in a Lewis County Girls Basketball matchup on Thursday. The Harrisville Boys will host Copenhagen tonight.

The Lady Pirates will play their first NAC game next week against Hermon-DeKalb.

Reagan Dalrymple scored a game-high 23 points for the Lions followed by Brooke Smyler and Meagan Fitzpatrick followed with 10 and nine points. Torie Moore continued as the offensive leader for Harrisville scoring 17 points. Evelyn Winters, Alex Horten Meagan Kackison each scored two points and Ryenne Wohmisieller added one.

"I’m sure Copenhagen would be state ranked in a normal season, they are pretty good. My team is has five 10 graders and one freshman, we should be ok moving forward. I expect Hermon-DeKalb to be pretty good!

The JV Lady Pirates lost 21-19 in a defensive battle with Copenhagen. The Pirates scoring was led by Violet Atkinson with 14 points and Ava Bearor with 5.

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