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January 25, 2013

AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION: Comets blast past Harmony

HARMONY — Lindsay Moore scored 22 points as the Cardinal girls basketball team rolled to a 56-23 victory over Harmony in Southeast Iowa SuperConference action on Friday.

Lexi Fullencamp and Danae Moses added eight points each for the Comets, while Delaney Ridgeway grabbed eight rebounds.

Cardinal (7-11, 7-10) will return to action at West Burlington on Tuesday.

Cardinal 56, Harmony 23

Harm        6     6  7  4    —    23    

Card        13     21  16  5    —    56    

Cardinal (56) — Lindsay Moore 22, Lexi Fullencamp 8, Danae Moses 8, Jessie McElderry 6, Delaney Ridgeway 5, Mattie Kildow 3, Morgan Honomichl 2, Ryley McElderry 2. Totals 18 14-21 56.

3-point goals — 3 (Moses 2, Kildow). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 31 (Ridgeway 8). Assists — 7 (Moore 3). Steals — 13 (Moore 7). Total fouls — 13. Turnovers — 8.

E-B-F gets win over Redettes

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CENTERVILLE — Shunyl Busch scored 21 points and Tasha Alexander added 18, while Makenzie Jensen posted a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds as the Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont girls basketball team rolled to a 76-41 win over Centerville in South Central Conference action on Friday.

Madison Lange led Centerville with 12 points while Kiley Micetich added 11.

The Rockets (10-5, 7-1 SCC) will be back in action today when they travel to Pella Christian. Centerville (6-12) will travel to Fairfield on Tuesday.

E-B-F 76, Centerville 41

EBF        30     12  14  20    —    76    

Cent    11     10  17  3    —    41    

EBF (76) — Shunyl Busch 21, Tasha Alexander 18, Makenzie Jensen 11, Emma Tanner 9, Jarrah Jensen 7, Sadie Baugher 3, Syline Busch 3, Karlie Tayler 2, Paige Reck 2. Totals 27-61 16-22 76.

3-point goals — 6-17 (S.Busch 2, Alexander 2, M.Jensen, J.Jensen). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 38 (M.Jensen 11). Assists — 14 (S.Busch 4, J.Jensen 4). Steals — 15 (Tanner 4, J.Jensen 4). Blocks — None. Total fouls — 13. Turnovers — 18.

Centerville (41) — Madison Lange 12, Kiley Micetich 11, Jessica Demry 7, Makenna Pershy 6, Alyssa Barger 4, Shelby Royer 1. Totals 12 9-11 41.

3-point goals — 8 (Lange 4, Micetich 3). Fouled out — None.  Total fouls — 17.

No. 15 Osky falls to Pella Christian

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OSKALOOSA — The 15th-ranked (Class 4A) Oskaloosa girls basketball team picked up just their fourth loss of the season Friday, falling to Pella Christian 49-43 in Little Hawkeye Conference action.

Kena Veldhuizen led Osky with 15 points.

Cori Uitermarkt led the Eagles with 16 points, while Paige Engbers and Jora Vander Hart each added 11. Pella Christian has just one loss in LHC play, now two games ahead of Osky.

The Indians (14-4, 6-3) will return to action on Tuesday, when they host Grinnell.  

Pella Christian 49, Oskaloosa 43

P.C.        11     11  20  7    —    49    

Osky        9     14  14  6    —    43    

Oskaloosa (43) — Kena Veldhuizen 15, Taylor Crawford 9, Kate Hasselman 6, Allie Christenson 5, Taylor Richardson 4, Sarandyn Cutis 2, Peyton Zickefoose 2. Totals 18 5-13 43.

3-point goals — 2 (Veldhuizen, Christenson). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 32 (Veldhuizen 7, Crawford 7). Assists — 8 (Veldhuizen 3, Christonsen 3). Steals — 11 (Veldhuizen 4). Blocks — None. Total fouls — 10. Turnovers — 9.

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