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December 8, 2012

AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION: Haynes hits 37 points as Van Buren rolls

OTTUMWA — KEOSAUQUA — Hannah Haynes scored 37 points as the Van Buren girls basketball team rolled over West Burlington 64-39 in Southeast Iowa SuperConference action Friday.

Haynes hit 18-23 shots from the field, and also grabbed 14 rebounds, came up with seven steals and blocked nine shots.

Van Buren improved to 4-0 on the season with the win. The Warriors will travel to Notre Dame today.

Van Buren 64, West Burlington 39

W.B.        7     14  13  5    —    39    

V.B        20     14  20  10    —    64    

Van Buren (64) — Hannah Haynes 37, Jordan Billups 10, Katelyn Johnson 4, Sydney Atwood 2, Libby King 2, Peyton Hughes 2, Shayla Filson 2, Abby Ryder 2, Cassie Johnson 2, Sarah Wells 1. Totals 27 7-20 64.

3-point goals — 3 (Billups 2, K.Johnson). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 44 (Haynes 14, Hughes 13). Assists — 18 (K.Johnson 5). Steals — 17 (Haynes 7). Blocks — 14 (Haynes 9). Total fouls — 11. Turnovers — 14.

Mohawks edge Murray, remain unbeaten

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MURRAY — Katelynn Tracy scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Moravia girls basketball team remained unbeaten with a 48-47 victory over Murray in Bluegrass Conference action on Friday.

Nicole Self and Kendall Brown each added 10 points for the Mohawks, who are now 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the Bluegrass.

Moravia will host Moulton-Udell next Friday.

Moravia 48, Murray 47

Mor        13     9  15  11    —    48    

Mur        10     17  9  11    —    47    

Moravia (48) — Katelynn Tracy 17, Nicole Self 10, Kendall Brown 10, Jenna Sheehan 5, Autumn McDanel 4, Hanna Eastlick 2. Totals 20 6-12 48.

3-point goals — 2 (McDanel, Sheehan). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 31 (Tracy 10). Assists — 10 (Makenzie Smith 5). Steals — 16 (Tracy 6). Blocks — 5 (Tracy 4). Total fouls — 16. Turnovers — 25.

Rockets knock off Clarke, 55-51

EDDYVILLE — Tasha Alexander scored 14 points and Jarra Jensen added ll points and 10 rebounds as the Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont girls basketball team improved to 3-2 overall with a 55-51 win over South Central Conference favorites Clarke on Friday.

Emma Tanner and Shanelle Bush each added 10 points for E-B-F, which is now 2-0 in the SCC.

The Rockets will host Oskaloosa on Tuesday.

E-B-F 55, Clarke 51

CLA        10     12  11  18    —    51    

E-B-F        8     15  12  20    —    55    

E-B-F (55) — Tasha Alexander 14, Jarra Jensen 11, Emma Tanner 10, Shanelle Bush 10, Shelby Allgood 6, Meckwnzie Jensen 4. Totals 22-51 7-13 55.

3-point goals — 4-9 (Allgood 2, Alexander, J.Jensen). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 35 (J.Jensen 10, Tanner 7). Assists — 10 (Tanner 6). Steals — 13 (J.Jensen 5). Blocks — 1 (M.Jensen). Total fouls — 18. Turnovers — 10.

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