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February 7, 2013

AREA GIRLS POSTSEASON BASKETBALL: Moravia routs Mormon Trail

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MORAVIA — Sabers knock off Bluegrass rival M-U in postseason opener

BUSSEY – Alee Hugen outscored Moulton-Udell on her own Thursday night in the opening round of Class 1A, Region 6 girls basketball action. The senior scored 22 points, three more than the Eagles as Twin Cedars opened postseason play with a 55-19 win over their Bluegrass Conference rivals.

Brittney Roby added a double-double for the Sabers, scoring 13 points while pulling in a game-high 10 rebounds. The Sabers, 19-3 on the season, will return to their home floor for the second round of regional play against Southeast Warren on Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

Moulton-Udell wraps up the season with a 4-15 record. The Eagles lose five seniors, including Natalie Potter, who was second in the area with 19.6 points and fourth in rebounding with 10.4 boards a game.

Twin Cedars 55, Moulton-Udell 19

T.C.        11     10  16  18    —    55    

M-U         4      6   5   4    —    19    

Twin Cedars (55) — Alee Hugen 22, Brittney Roby 13, Kenzie McCarty 7, Shyann DenBurger 5, Ayla Crosby 2, Krissy Davis 2, Emily McLain 2, Elizabeth Rowley 2. Totals 20-58 15-25 55.

3-point goals — 0-11. Rebounds — 39 (Roby 10). Assists — 13 (Crosby 5). Steals — 23 (Crosby 7). Blocks – 1 (Roby). Total Fouls – 13.

Class 1A, Region 6 First Round

Southeast Warren 70, Seymour 14

LIBERTY CENTER – After closing the regular season with three wins in their last four games, Southeast Warren easily kept their hot stretch of play going in their postseason opener with a 70-14 win over Seymour at Liberty Center.

S.E. Warren, 13-9 overall on the season, advances to play at Twin Cedars against the Sabers in the regional semifinals. Seymour, which finishes the season with a 3-13 record, lose just one senior in Abby Brown.

Class 1A, Region 5 First Round

Montezuma 40, Tri-County 28

MONTEZUMA – A tough battle in their postseason opener couldn’t keep Tri-County from avoiding a winless season. The Trojans battled South Iowa Cedar League rival Montezuma tough for the third time this season but fell to the Braves 40-28 on the road on Tuesday.

The Braves, 8-16 on the season, head to another meeting with an SICL foe at BGM in Region 5 second round action on Tuesday. Tri-County loses just two seniors after finishing an 0-23 season.

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