(12-13-20) Despite some Mercer County League games being cancelled due to quarantine situations, two boys games were played this weekend.

Logan Lefeld led St. Henry with 21 points, as he hit 10 of 13 from the field. He also had 10 rebounds. in the 38-36 win over Marion Local on Friday night.

Marion Local would bounce back on Saturday night at the Celina Fieldhouse with a 41-30 win over Celina. Brady Ronnebaum led the Flyers with 13 points.

2020-21 Mercer County League

BOYS
Won Lost
St. Henry 1-0
Marion Local 1-1
Celina 0-1

12-11-20 – St. Henry 38 Marion Local 36
12-12-20 – Marion Local 41 Celina 30

GIRLS
Won Lost
Parkway 1-0
St. Henry 0-1

12-3-20 – Parkway 31 St Henry 29

There were no MCL girls games played due to the St. Henry quarantine this week. But Parkway’s Gabby Stober had a good week…gainst Mississinawa Valley she scored 21 of her 34 points in the first half (10 in 1st, 11 in 2nd), she had 19 points against Versailles on Thursday.

A look back at the MCL….1926

1926 saw Celina High School host a Mercer County tournament for both boys and girls basketball teams.

The Celina Kiwanis Club trophy was the reward for winning the tournament.

cover photo courtesy of pantherzden.com

SSN’s Mercer County League

Why the MCL?

To add a little extra excitement to the high school basketball season SSN again will bring you the Mercer County League.

The first year SSN introduced the (mythical) MCL was in 2018-19.

All six Mercer County high schools are included, actual head to head match-ups between the schools that will determine a MCL champion in both boys and girls basketball.