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December 16, 2012

AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION: Mohawks take victory over M-U

OTTUMWA — Katelynn Tracy posted a double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Moravia girls basketball team remained unbeaten with a 42-30 Bluegrass Conference win over Moulton-Udell on Friday.

Kendall Brown had eight points and two blocked shots for the Mohawks, who are now 5-0 overall and 3-0 in conference play.

M-U’s Natalie Potter had a triple-double, scoring 17 points and clearing 11 boards to go with 10 steals for the Eagles, who drop to 1-5 overall and 0-3 in the Bluegrass.

Moravia willtravel to Centerville on Tuesday while Moulton-Udell will head to Missouri to take on LaPlata.

Moravia 42, Moulton-Udell 30

M-U        6     10  4  10    —    30   

Mor        11     11  9  11    —    42   

Moulton-Udell (30) — Natalie Potter 17, Rachel DeCook 6, Mandalyn Martin 5, Ashlyn Martin 2. Totals 13 FG 4-6 42.

3-point goals — None. Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 29 (Potter 11). Assists — 6 (Hailey Burgher 3). Steals — 16 (Potter 10). Blocks — 2 (Martin, Potter). Total fouls — 17.

Moravia (42) — Katelynn Tracy 19, Kendall Brown 8, Nicole Self 7, Mckenize Smith 4, Hannah Eastlick 2, Jenna Sheehan 2. Totals 16 FG 10-22 42.

3-point goals — None. Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 41 (Tracy 14, Self 7, Brown 7). Assists — 8 (Autumn McDanel 4). Steals — 11 (Eastlick 4). Blocks — 3 (Brown 2). Total fouls — 14. Turnovers — 27.

Comets down Harmony in rout

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ELDON — Delaney Ridgeway led the charge with 21 points and Mattie Kildow drilled three 3-pointers as the Cardinal girls basketball team improved to 4-5 overall with a 59-24 rout of Harmony on Friday.

Ridgeway also grabbed eight rebounds as the Comets improved to 4-4 in Southeast Iowa SuperConference play.

Cardinal will return to action on Tuesday, when the Comets travel to Holy Trinity.

Cardinal 59, Harmony 24

Harm        2     8  10  4    —    24   

Card        11     22  17  9    —    59   

Cardinal (59) — Delaney Ridgeway 21, Mattie Kildow 9, Lindsay Moore 8, Lexi Fullencamp 6, Schylar Conger 4, Cassidy McMartin 3, Morgan Honomichl 2, Katie Hart 2, Danae Moses 2. Totals 25 6-12 59.

3-point goals — 3 (Kildow 3). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 34 (Ridgeway 8). Assists — 10 (Moore 3, Ridgeway 3). Steals — 15 (Moore 4). Blocks — 1 (Conger). Total fouls — 14. Turnovers — 4.

Osky belts Knoxville, 58-38

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OSKALOOSA — Kena Veldhuizen hit 24 points while Peyton Zickefoose pulled down 12 rebounds as the Oskaloosa girls basketball team improved to 6-1 overall and 2-1 in Little Hawkeye Conference play with a 58-38 win over Knoxville on Friday.

Veldhuizen led Osky in assists (3), steals (5) and 3-pointers (3), while Taylor Richardson scored 10 points and Allie Christenson added nine for the Indians. Kate Hasselman had four of Osky’s 12 blocked shots.

The Indians will travel to Mount Pleasant on Tuesday.

Oskaloosa 58, Knoxville 38

Knox        7     8  9  14    —    38   

Osky        15     16  17  10    —    58   

Oskaloosa (58) — Kena Veldhuizen 24, Taylor Richardson 10, Allie Christenson 9, Peyton Zickefoose 6, Sarandyn Curtis 4, Taylor Crawford 3, Kate Hasselman 2. Totals 22 10-14 58.

3-point goals — 4 (Veldhuizen 3, Curtis). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 46 (Zickefoose 12). Assists — 8 (Veldhuizen 3). Steals — 13 (Veldhuizen 5). Blocks — 12 (Hasselman 4). Total fouls — 13. Turnovers — 13.

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