Bowling Green Girls Varsity Basketball

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Markizjah “Pinky” Mimms commits to Georgetown

2017 BGHS graduate and Lady Purple Basketball Alumni decided to take her talents to Georgetown College. Purple Nation is Proud of you Pinky! Georgetown College women’s basketball coach James Jackson has added another piece to his first team. Markizjah “Pinky” Mimms, a 5-foot-6 combo guard from Bowling Green, Ky. has signed a letter of intent

Head named as New Girls Basketball Coach

Bowling Green High School has hired Calvin Head to lead the Lady Purples Basketball Team. Head is a special education teacher in the school’s LEAD Academy and also serves as Assistant Athletic Director. He takes over the program with seven years experience as a girls basketball head coach, four years at Todd County Central and

Lady Purples fall to South Warren

Girls Basketball BGHS 3 6 10 17 –  36 SWHS 16 11 13 12 –  52 BG – Morrow 12, Gray 7, Ragland 6, Martin 5, Mimms 5, Bridges 1. SW – Lasley 21, McDonald 14, Taylor 7, Conley 5, Pierce 2, Bailey 2, Dennison 1. BG Daily News Article

Morrow scores 27 in win over Barren County

Girls Basketball Bowling Green 18 11 18 16 — 63 Barren County 14 13 14 9 — 50 BG — Morrow 27, Martin 15, H. Gray 13, Mimms 5, Ragland 3. BC — England 18, Bertram 15, M. Pedigo 9, B. Pedigo 3, Poynter 3, Hammer 2. BG Daily News Article

Lady Purples defeat Muhlenberg County 67-59

Girls Varsity Basketball Bowling Green 67 Muhlenberg County 59 The Lady Purples were victorious on the road following a strong 3rd quarter performance. Keely Morrow had a night for the Lady Purples scoring 30 points and grabbing 7 rebounds while shooting 12-22 from the field, and 4-5 behind the arc. Courtney Dewalt led the Lady

Lady Purples defeat Breckinridge County

Girls Varsity Basketball Breckinridge County 62 Bowling Green 78 The Lady Purples had a good home opener against pre-season ranked No. 1 Breckinridge County from the 3rd Region.  The Lady Purples won 78-62 and scored 27 points in the 4th quarter. Points: Markizjah Mimms 20, Nataia Martin 11, Heavyn Gray 13, Courtney DeWalt 10, Keely