December 30th , 2011 10:51 am Leave a comment

Local College Notebook: Pietrowski continues to shine for PC


Mariah Pietrowski was a great player for the Elizabethton High School girls basketball team during her time at the school. She’s been just as good playing Division I collegiate hoops.

Pietrowski is second on Presbyterian College’s team with a 10.5 points per game average. She leads team in rebounds per game with a 5.5 average.

Pietrowski is one of three Lady Cyclones currently playing Division I Basketball.

Pietrowski played for Larry Weems and Len Dugger at Elizabethton.

Here is a list on how some of the other collegiate athletes from our area are doing in college.

Cara Bowling, ETSU: Averaging 3.7 points per game and has 10 assists for the Lady Bucs.

Bowling was ETSU’s high scorer against Middle Tennessee State with 12 points.

Chelsea Bowling, ETSU: Scored four points against Chattanooga in 12 minutes during her season debut following some injury troubles.

Jasmine Jefferson, Milligan: Averaging 1.3 points per game for the Lady Buffs.



Mikki Oliver, King: Oliver is averaging 9.4 points per game and shooting 37 percent from the field.

Chelsey Weddle, Milligan: The former two-sport standout at Hampton is averaging six points per game and is playing 19.2 minutes per game.



Brooke Johnson, King: Oliver’s Lady Tornado teammate comes in with a 9.6 points per-game clip. Johnson is also shooting 79 percent from the foul line.



Hannah Witt, King: The former Lady Longhorn track and cross country standout was recently named to the Conference Carolinas All-Academic Team.

Jason Steele, Milligan: Last year’s District I-AA Most Valuable Player currently has 11 rebounds for the Buffaloes.


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