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Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, right, just can’t stop breaking records. Already the Braves’ all-time leader in career three-pointers made (105) and single-game points scored (30) when the season started, the senior has certainly added to her legacy through the first half of the 2015-16 campaign. Meade broke the program’s all-time scoring mark during a 56-54 victory at New Albany late last month, pouring in 14 points to pass Morgan Horvath as the girls basketball team’s all-time leading scorer. As if that weren’t enough, Meade scored 32 points in a 62-35 win over Esperanza (Calif.) to break her own single-game scoring record at the KSA Holiday Classic Thursday in Orlando. The effort put Meade just six points shy of the school’s all-time scoring mark (boy or girl) — 1,170 set by Rob Sanders (‘82). Meade and the Braves return to action tonight against host Mount Vernon.

Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, right, just can’t stop breaking records. Already the Braves’ all-time leader in career three-pointers made (105) and single-game points scored (30) when the season started, the senior has certainly added to her legacy through the first half of the 2015-16 campaign. Meade broke the program’s all-time scoring mark during a 56-54 victory at New Albany late last month, pouring in 14 points to pass Morgan Horvath as the girls basketball team’s all-time leading scorer. As if that weren’t enough, Meade scored 32 points in a 62-35 win over Esperanza (Calif.) to break her own single-game scoring record at the KSA Holiday Classic Thursday in Orlando. The effort put Meade just six points shy of the school’s all-time scoring mark (boy or girl) — 1,170 set by Rob Sanders (‘82). Meade and the Braves return to action tonight against host Mount Vernon.


Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, right, just can’t stop breaking records. Already the Braves’ all-time leader in career three-pointers made (105) and single-game points scored (30) when the season started, the senior has certainly added to her legacy through the first half of the 2015-16 campaign. Meade broke the program’s all-time scoring mark during a 56-54 victory at New Albany late last month, pouring in 14 points to pass Morgan Horvath as the girls basketball team’s all-time leading scorer. As if that weren’t enough, Meade scored 32 points in a 62-35 win over Esperanza (Calif.) to break her own single-game scoring record at the KSA Holiday Classic Thursday in Orlando. The effort put Meade just six points shy of the school’s all-time scoring mark (boy or girl) — 1,170 set by Rob Sanders (‘82). Meade and the Braves return to action tonight against host Mount Vernon.

Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, right, just can’t stop breaking records. Already the Braves’ all-time leader in career three-pointers made (105) and single-game points scored (30) when the season started, the senior has certainly added to her legacy through the first half of the 2015-16 campaign. Meade broke the program’s all-time scoring mark during a 56-54 victory at New Albany late last month, pouring in 14 points to pass Morgan Horvath as the girls basketball team’s all-time leading scorer. As if that weren’t enough, Meade scored 32 points in a 62-35 win over Esperanza (Calif.) to break her own single-game scoring record at the KSA Holiday Classic Thursday in Orlando. The effort put Meade just six points shy of the school’s all-time scoring mark (boy or girl) — 1,170 set by Rob Sanders (‘82). Meade and the Braves return to action tonight against host Mount Vernon.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/01/web1_meade32.jpgOlentangy’s Kelly Meade, right, just can’t stop breaking records. Already the Braves’ all-time leader in career three-pointers made (105) and single-game points scored (30) when the season started, the senior has certainly added to her legacy through the first half of the 2015-16 campaign. Meade broke the program’s all-time scoring mark during a 56-54 victory at New Albany late last month, pouring in 14 points to pass Morgan Horvath as the girls basketball team’s all-time leading scorer. As if that weren’t enough, Meade scored 32 points in a 62-35 win over Esperanza (Calif.) to break her own single-game scoring record at the KSA Holiday Classic Thursday in Orlando. The effort put Meade just six points shy of the school’s all-time scoring mark (boy or girl) — 1,170 set by Rob Sanders (‘82). Meade and the Braves return to action tonight against host Mount Vernon.