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January 13, 2014

Warriors pull away from Cardinal in second half for SEISC South win

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In addition, Autumn McDanel catalyzed the Mohawk defense with 11 steals and Clark swatted a team-high six shots.

"We kept them one and done for the most part," Moravia coach Clint Woodward said, "and we're finally moving the ball on offense and finding the open people. Our intensity was good for the whole game."

Rachel DeCook was at the forefront of Moulton-Udell's offensive attack with eight points and Addison Westercamp added six.

The Eagles bounced back to defeat Orient-Macksburg 33-27 in Bluegrass Conference action partly thanks to the majestic play of Westercamp, who poured in a career-high 17 points and corralled 12 rebounds.

Moulton-Udell trailed 23-10 at halftime, but the Eagles outscored the Bulldogs 23-4 in the second half on their way to picking up the win. Katie Selvy bolstered Moulton-Udell's offense with eight points.

Moravia (4-6) plays host to Bluegrass Conference opponent Mormon Trail today. The Eagles (2-6, 1-4) plays at Diagonal today in a Bluegrass Conference game.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MORAVIA 63, MOULTON-UDELL 29

Mora 14 22 13 16 — 63

Moul 8 5 9 7 — 29

Moravia (63) — Toni Clark 16, Payton Rogers 15, Hannah Eastlick 14, Autumn McDanel 10, Emily Moore 2, Becca Albertson 2, Ashley Devore 2, Caitlyn Babbitt 2. Totals 23-41 7-12 63.

3-point goals — 2-4 (McDanel 2). Rebounds — 39 (Clark 12). Assists — 16 (McDanel 9). Steals — 17 (McDanel 11). Blocks — 10 (Clark 6). Total fouls — 8. Turnovers — 12.

Moulton-Udell (29) — Rachel DeCook 8, Addison Westercamp 6, Jayci Inman 4, Katie Selvy 4, Ashlyn Martin 3, Riley Duke 2, Shayla Martsching 2. Totals 13 FG 29.

Moulton Udell 33, Orient-Macksburg 27Moul 8	2 9 14 — 33Orien 13 10 0 4 — 27Moulton-Udell (33) — Addison Westercamp 17, Rachel DeCook 4, Katie Selvy 8, Riley Duke 4. Totals 10-36 FG 13-19 FT 33.3-point goals — 0-0. Fouled out — Ashlyn Martin 5. Rebounds — 35 (Bailey Boettcher 12). Assists — 8 (Martin 3). Steals — 8 (Westercamp 2, Selvy 2). Blocks — None. Total fouls — 13.

Panthers dominate Waco at home

PEKIN — The Pekin girls' basketball team got solid offensive outputs from several of its players in SEISC north victories over Waco Friday and IMS on Saturday. The Panthers followed up a 64-39 win over the Warriors with a 57-44 triumph in Kalona over the weekend

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