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January 31, 2014

Lady Dees fall for first time in SCC play

PLEASANTVILLE — The road to a South Central Conference title just got a little tougher for the Albia girls basketball team.

After opening a stretch of five consecutive road games to close the regular season on Thursday with a non-conference win at Pleasantville, the Lady Dees stumbled for the first time in SCC play this season in the first of four-straight SCC road games. Clarke rallied from a 35-29 second-half deficit on Friday to edge Albia in the fourth quarter, winning 56-51 thanks to several big shots and clutch free throws by senior Libby Bemis.

Makenzie Griffin scored a game-high 22 points and collected four steals to lead the Albia girls basketball team to a 56-38 road win at Pleasantville on Thursday. Brooke Bettis and Hayley Hudson led the Lady Dees to a dominant night on the glass with 23 of Albia's 48 rebounds against the Trojans.

The loss drops Albia into a tie atop the conference with Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont with one loss apiece. The Lady Dees (13-5, 6-1) will travel to meet EBF next Friday night, but first will head to Bloomfield on Tuesday to take on Davis County while EBF heads to Chariton.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Albia 56, Pleasantville 38

Albia 8 13 24 11 — 56

P'ville 11 3 7 17 — 38

Albia (56) — Makenzie Griffin 22, Brooke Bettis 8, Katie Dyson 7, Hayley Hudson 6, Taegen Bossard 5, Rachel Sarver 3, Sarah Clark 2, Cassie Crall 2, Mary Shepard 1. Totals 22-63 7-15 56.

3-point goals — 5-20 (Griffin 4-5). Fouled out — Dyson. Rebounds — 48 (Bettis 13, Hudson 10). Assists — 8 (Bettis 2, Clark 2, Griffin 2). Steals — 9 (Griffin 4). Blocks — 0. Total fouls — 16.

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