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PDT Sports Report


A 17-point, 21-rebound performance by senior Jen Arnzen gave visiting Notre Dame a 41-35 win at SOC I foe Symmes Valley.


Brooke Pierron added 14 for the Titans, who are 7-0 overall and 5-0 in conference play. Kaitlyn Payne’s 13 was the most for the Vikings.


Notre Dame receives a visit from Piketon Wednesday night. Symmes Valley hosts Coal Grove in Thursday’s nonconference tilt.

Notre Dame 6 6 15 14 41
Symmes Valley 4 11 9 11 35


Notre Dame — Stevenson 0-2-2, Ramey 1-0-3, Pierron 3-8-14, Marting 0-2-2, Arnzen 5-6-17, Sammons 1-1-3, Totals 9-19-41.


Symmes Valley — Haynes 2-0-4, Waddell 3-0-6, Hunt 3-0-6, Johnson 1-0-2, Maynard 2-0-4, Payne 5-3-13, Totals 16-3-35.


3-Point Goals — Notre Dame 2 (Ramey, Arnzen); Symmes Valley None.


Records — Notre Dame 7-0 (5-0).


Eastern 59, Western 33

Eastern (7-2, 6-1) kept pace and stayed a game behind SOC I-leading Notre Dame as the Eagles defeated Pike County rival Western (4-4, 3-3) 59-33.

Full statistics were unavailable at time of online publication. The two teams will see each other again Saturday when they face each other at Eastern in the 2012 Pike County Holiday Classic.



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