Behind 16 points from Shelby Oldham and 15 points from Sara Jones, the Greenfield-Central girls basketball team won its second consecutive contest Wednesday, a 58-40 decision over host Knightstown.
The Cougars trailed 27-26 at half, but outscored the Panthers 32-13 in the final two frames.
Shelby Davis added 10 points and Regan Lewis had seven points for G-C (6-9), which has an average margin of victory of 23.
Kori Biehl had 12 points for Knightstown (9-6).
The Cougars are at Muncie Central (8-6) Tuesday.
The Greenfield-Central High School cheerleading team will host a cheer clinic Saturday, Feb. 2, from 9-11 a.m.
Cost is $25 and $15 for each additional sibling. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 2.
During the clinic, the participants will learn a routine to peform prior to the boys basketball game against Greenwood.
Registrations and payments received by Jan. 17 will include a cheer clinic T-shirt and hair bow for the performance.
Form and checks can be mailed to Rebekah Cerqua at Greenfield-Central High School at 810 North Broadway St.
Questions can be directed to Cerqua at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the second consecutive year, Greenfield-Central is participating in the Barefoot for Bare Feet Movement. On Jan. 12 in a home game vs. Triton Central, G-C boys basketball varsity coach Josh Johnson and his staff will go shoeless for what they hope will lead to over 100 children receiving new shoes and socks this winter in Indiana. The basketball program is hoping to raise at least $1,000.
Samaritan’s Feet’s goal is to provide 10 million pairs of shoes to children in the next 10 years.
Donations can be made to GCHS team page at www.samaritansfeet.org. All donations will receive an email back with a receipt.