The Hardin-Central girls were forced to find a last-minute replacement for their regularly scheduled game with Braymer after the Lady Bobcats were unable to field a team due to lack of numbers.
What the Lady Bulldogs found was No. 8-ranked Meadville and traveled to Braymer to take on the Lady Eagles Tuesday.
Hardin-Central and Meadville tipped it off before the Meadville/Braymer boys’ contest, with the Lady Eagles improving to 21-2 following a 55-30 victory over the Lady Dawgs.
Hardin-Central jumped out to an 11-8 first-quarter lead before Meadville took control of the night with a 17-6 advantage in the second period, and a 20-3 surge in the third period.
The full story is in the Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 edition of The Daily News.