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February 3, 2013

AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION: E-B-F’s Jensen posts triple-double in win

MOULTON — Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont’s Makenzie Jensen posted a rare triple-double Saturday, scoring 17 points, grabbing 11 rebounds and coming up with 10 steals as the E-B-F girls basketball team took a 61-49 non-conference win over Moulton-Udell.

M-U’s Natalie Potter had a big night of her own in defeat, leading all scorers with 23 points and breaking the 1000-point barrier for her Eagle basketball career. Potter also had six steals in the contest.

Tasha Alexander and Shunyl Busch each scored 13 points for the Rockets, while Jarrah Jensen has 12 rebounds and five assists. Alexander came up with nine steals for E-B-F.

M-U’s Toni Clark also had a double-double, with 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles (4-14), who will host Schuyler County on Tuesday. E-B-F (13-7) will travel to Colfax-Mingo today.

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 61, Moulton-Udell 49

E-B-F        15     15  15  16    —    61   

M-U        5     18  14  12    —    49   

E-B-F (61) — Makenzie Jensen 17, Tasha Alexander 13, Shunyl Busch 13, Jarrah Jensen 8, Emma Tanner 6, Shelby Allgood 4. Totals 22-64 14-20 61.

3-point goals — 3 (J.Jensen 2, Alexander). Fouled out — Tanner, J.Jensen. Rebounds — 38 (J.Jensen 12, M.Jensen 11). Assists — 17 (J.Jensen 5. M.Jensen 4). Steals — 27 (M.Jensen 10, Alexander 9). Blocks — 3 (M.Jensen, Busch, Alexander). Total fouls — 19. Turnovers — 22.

Moulton-Udell (49) — Natalie Potter 23, Toni Clark 12, Jessica Scott 9, Ashlyn Martin 3, Mandalyn Martin 2. Totals 14-44 18-23 49.

3-point goals — 3-9 (Potter 2, Scott). Fouled out — Scott. Rebounds — 31 (Clark 10). Assists — 9 (Rachel DeCook 3). Steals — 13 (Potter 6). Blocks — 2 (Potter, Clark). Total fouls — NA. Turnovers — 25.

Comets bounce back with win

Courier sports staff

WEST BURLINGTON — Lindsay Moore scored 23 points as the Cardinal girls basketball team bounced back from a Friday night loss to Wapello with a 66-50 Southeast Iowa SuperConference victory over West Burlington on Saturday.

Two other Comets reached double figures with Moore, as Jessie McElderry scored 13 points and Delaney Ridgeway posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Moore also dished six assists.

On Friday against Wapello, Moore led the the Comets with 28 points in a 59-36 loss. Cardinal is now 8-12 on the season. The Comets will play at Davis County tonight.

Saturday’s Game

Cardinal 66, West Burlington 50

Card.        19     15  17  15    —    66   

W.B.         9     16   6  19    —    50   

Cardinal (66) — Lindsay Moore 23, Jessie McElderry 13, Delaney Ridgeway 10, Mattie Kildow 9, Morgan Honomichl 6, Ryley McElderry 2, Lexi Fullencamp 2, Danae Moses 1. Totals 26 FG 11-22 66.

3-point goals — 3 (Kildow 3). Rebounds — 35 (Ridgway 11). Assists — 13 (Moore 6). Steals — 10 (Moore 3). Blocks — 2 (Fullencamp, McElderry). Total fouls — 18. Turnovers — 13.

Friday’s Game

Wapello 59, Cardinal 36

Wap.        16     10  14  19    —    59   

Card.         7     13   4  12    —    36   

Cardinal (36) — Moore 28, Honomichl 3, Ridgeway 2, Moses 2, Schuyler Conger 1. Totals 10 FG 14-28 66.

3-point goals — 2 (Moore 2). Total fouls — 13. Turnovers — 20.

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