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Girls basketball: Seton Catholic 61, Castle Rock 37

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Jasmine Morgan scored 31 points, becoming the first girl in Seton Catholic history to score more than 1,000 points in her career.

The senior guard cashed in at the foul line, making 15 of her 19 free throws in the Cougars’ Trico League home win.

“Jaz does what Jaz does,” Seton coach Phil Kent said. “She might be one of the best high school guards at any level of getting into the paint. She plays well through contact.”

Two days after knocking off King’s Way, Seton Catholic started fast and built a 37-21 halftime lead.

Maddie Willis added 11 points for Seton Catholic (8-6, 2-2).

Payton Kessler scored 15 points to lead Castle Rock (5-9, 0-4).


CASTLE ROCK — Lori Ogden 4, Rhiannon Sibbett 0, Veda Frost 0, Ella Anderson 10, Payton Kessler 15, Zoey Snow 0, Gracie Kimball 0, Averee Perdue 4, Grace Pelletier 0, Jenna Lee 4, Sienna Flint 0. Totals 17 (1) 2-4 37.

SETON CATHOLIC — Haley Vick 5, Michaela Ephraim 1, Emma Watkins 7, Katie Willis 3, Jasmine Morgan 31, Madi Manary 3, Maddie Willis 11, Hanna Jo Hammerstrom 0, Cameron Price 0, Cailean McGovern 0, Annie Marichalar 0. Totals 19 (6) 17-25 61.

C.Rock 15 6 6 10–37

Seton 21 16 6 18–61

JV — Castle Rock won.

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