Taylor Girls 8th Grade Basketball

  • Overall Record: 9 - 5 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Taylor Girls 6th Grade Basketball beat Tri Central Jr-Sr Hi 24-4

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 6:00 PM Tri Central Jr-Sr Hi AWAY 4 Taylor High School HOME 24 Game Recap The Taylor Sixth-Grade Lady Titans came away with a 24-4 road win against The Tri Central Trojans tonight. The Titans were led in scoring by Kelsi Langley and Emma Good with 10 points each and Jacey

Taylor Girls 6th Grade Basketball falls to Tipton Ms 23-35

Thursday, March 3, 2016 6:00 PM Tipton Ms AWAY 35 Taylor High School HOME 23 Game Recap The Taylor Sixth-Grade girls basketball team fell to the Tipton Blue Devils tonight at Taylor. Leading scorers for the Titans were Kelsi Langley with 9, Jacey Richmond with 8 and Emma Good with 6. Box Scores 1 2

Taylor Girls 6th Grade Basketball falls to Maconaquah High Scho 21-29

Monday, February 29, 2016 6:00 PM Maconaquah High Scho AWAY 29 Taylor High School HOME 21 Game Recap The sixth-grade Taylor Lady Titans fell to Maconaquah 29 -21 at Taylor. Leading scorers for the Titans were Emma Good with 13, Kelsi Langley with 4 and Jacey Richmond and Whitney Chorrushi adding 2 each. The Taylor

Taylor Girls 6th Grade Basketball beat Oak Hill High School 26-8

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 6:30 PM Taylor High School AWAY 26 Oak Hill High School HOME 8 Game Recap The Taylor Lady Titan sixth grade girls defeated Oak Hill 26 to 8 on Wednesday night. The Titans were lead in scoring by Kelsi Langley with 17 points and Emma Good adding 5.

Taylor Girls 6th Grade Basketball beat Peru High School 28-11

Thursday, February 18, 2016 7:00 PM Taylor High School AWAY 28 Peru High School HOME 11 Game Recap The Taylor Lady Titan sixth grade girls defeated Peru Thursday night, 28 to 11. The Titans were lead by Emma Good with 20 points and Jacey Richmond and Kelsi Langley scoring 4 points each.

Titan Blessings

  Tonight, the Girls Varsity Basketball season ended with a tough loss in the Sectional Finals. With that loss, four high school basketball careers ended and a coaching era came to a close.  It’s always bitter sweet in moments like this.  Initially, it’s painful.  The dreams of the players, the coaches, the parents, and the