|Sports Briefs: 12-04-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 04 December 2013 10:30|
BG women get votes
The Bowling Green State University women's basketball team is 32nd in this week's USA Today poll with seven points.
Falcon women's golfers sign two
Golfers Madelynn Swank and Miranda Dunbar have signed national letters of intent to attend Bowling Green State University to continue their athletic and academic career,
Swank, from Hinsdale (Ill.) Central High School, helped lead her team to a third-place team finish at the Illinois High School Association state tournament finals and fourth overall at the state finals event. Swank also posted three consecutive runnerup finishes at three straight Mid-American Junior Golf Tour Tournaments this past summer.
Dubler, from Mason High School, helped to lead her team to first-place team finishes at the sectional and district championships, before finishing fifth overall at the Division I state tournament.
Senior citizen passes available for BGHS athletics
Senior citizens, ages 65 and older, can attend Bowling Green High School athletic events with a senior citizens pass.
Passes can be obtained at the Central Administration Offices at 137 Clough St. in BG.
Carter earns OCCAC honor
TOLEDO - Owens Community College's Kamilah Carter was voted the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference player of the week.
The sophomore point guard averaged 19 points, three assists and 2.3 steals per game last week. Owens is 11-1 and ranked ninth nationally.
Owens men's basketball wins
TOLEDO - Owens Community College's men's basketball team beat Henry Ford CC, 103-62, Tuesday night. Owens is 7-3 overall.
Bikramjit Gill, Tony Boykins and Kenny Jones each scored 13 points to lead the Express.
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