The Ottumwa Courier


January 22, 2013

AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION: Davis County tops Albia in overtime


BLOOMFIELD — Centerville downs M-U, 69-44

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CENTERVILLE — Jess Demry scored a career-high 18 points while Alyssa Barger added 10 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the Centerville girls basketball team saw nine players make a mark in the scorebook in a 69-44 non-conference win over Moulton-Udell on Tuesday.

Kiley Micetich scored nine points and came up with four steals for the Redettes (6-11), while Maddie Lange scored nine and Katie Busch added eight. Makenna Pershy scored seven points and Kaitlyn Moore dished four assists.

Moulton-Udell’s Natalie Potter led all scorers with 20 points. The Eagles (2-12) host Seymour on Friday while Centerville hosts Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont.

Centerville 69, Moulton-Udell 44

M-U        9     11  13  13    —    44    

Cent        10     19  23  19    —    69    

Moulton-Udell (44) — Natalie Potter 20, Jessica Scott 7, Toni Clark 6, Hailey Burgher 5, Rachel DeCook 4, Bailey Boettcher 1, Mandalyn Martin 1. Totals 15 13-20 44.

3-point goals — 1 (Burgher). Fouled out — Burgher. Total fouls — 18.

Centerville (69) — Jess Demry 18, Alyssa Barger 10, Maddie Lange 9, Kiley Micetich 9, Katie Busch 8, Makenna Pershy 7, Makenzie Richmond 3, Colleen Boyle 3, Casiddy Schacher 2. Totals 23-71 11-24 69.

3-point goals — 12 (Demry 3, Micetich 3, Lange 2, Busch 2, Boyle, Barger). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 32 (Barger 13). Assists — 16 (Kaitlyn Moore 4). Steals — 13 (Micetich 4). Blocks — 7 (Barger 6). Total fouls — 18. Turnovers — 10.

No. 13 Osky runs past Knoxville

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KNOXVILLE — Kena Veldhuizen scored 23 points, came up with eight steals and dished five assists as the 13th-ranked (4A) Oskaloosa girls basketball team took a 55-33 Little Hawkeye Conference win over Knoxville on Tuesday.

Allie Christenson added 12 points while Taylor Crawford and Kate Hasselman each grabbed seven rebounds to help the Indians improve to 14-3 overall and 6-2 in conference play.

Oskaloosa will host league-leading Pella Christian on Friday. The Indians are one game behind the Eagles in LHC play.

Oskaloosa 55, Knoxville 33

Osky        12     15  13  15    —    55    

Knox        5     11  6  11    —    33    

Oskaloosa (55) — Kena Veldhuizen 23, Allie Christenson 12, Taylor Crawford 6, Taylor Richardson 4, Sarandyn Curtis 4, Kate Hasselman 4, Peyton Zickefoose 2. Totals 25 3-10 55.

3-point goals — 2 (Veldhuizen, Christenson). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 28 (Crawford 7, Hasselman 7). Assists — 9 (Veldhuizen 5). Steals — 14 (Veldhuizen 8). Blocks — None. Total fouls — 11. Turnovers — 8.


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