The Ottumwa Courier

November 26, 2012

AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION: Veldhuizen leads Osky over Fairfield

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Ottumwa Courier

OTTUMWA — The Oskaloosa girls basketball team broke open a defensive battle with a 17-9 third-quarter run on the way to a 44-26 win over Fairfield in non-conference action on Monday.

Senior Kena Veldhuizen led all scorers with 15 points and also led the Indians in rebounds (7), assists (5) and steals (6) as Osky improved to 2-0 on the season. Allie Christenson and Peyton Zickefoose each added eight points for the Indians, who will host Des Moines Hoover Friday night.

Fairfield was led in scoring by Sidney Baumann and Marisa Repp, who had 10 points each in the defensive slugfest. Osky led just 12-10 at the half. The Trojans (1-1) are scheduled to host Mount Pleasant in Southeast Conference action Friday night.

Oskaloosa 44, Fairfield 26

Fair        4     6  9  7    —    26    

Osky        6     6  17  15    —    44    

Fairfield (26) — Sidney Baumann 10, Marisa Repp 10, Sydney Burnett 3, McKenna Ledger 2, Brittany Kurtz 1. Totals 8 6-10 26.

3-point goals — 4 (Repp 2, Baumann, Burnett). Fouled out — None. Total fouls — 8.

Oskaloosa (44) — Kena Veldhuizen 15, Allie Christenson 8, Peyton Zickefoose 8, Taylor Crawford 6, Taylor Richardson 4, Bethany Rowley 2, Chace Moyer 1. Totals 19 5-7 44.

3-point goals — 1 (Veldhuizen). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 26 (Veldhuizen 7). Assists — 11 (Veldhuizen 5). Steals — 13 (Veldhuizen 6). Blocks — 4 (Zickefoose 2). Total fouls — 10. Turnovers — 23.



Eakins grabs 25 boards in Mustang win

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FORT MADISON — Rylee Eakins dominated inside with 22 points and an amazing 25 rebounds as the Davis County girls basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 52-41 win over Holy Trinity Monday.

Kate Birchmier also grabbed 13 rebounds while Shelby Graves had 17 points, five assists and seven steals for the Mustangs.

The Mustangs will travel to Putnam County (Mo.) for action tonight.

Davis County 52, Holy Trinity 41

D.C.        13     11  11  17    —    52    

H.T.    8     6  13  14    —    41    

Davis County (52) — Rylee Eakins 22, Shelby Graves 17, Kate Birchmier 6, Audra Kinkart 2, Ally McClure 2, McKenna Harward 2, Maggie Hougland 1. Totals 19 13-25 52.

3-point goals — 1 (Graves). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 47 (Eakins 25, Birchmier 13). Assists — 9 (Graves 5). Steals — 20 (Graves 7, Eakins 6). Blocks — 5 (Eakins 4). Total fouls — 15.



Centerville picks up win

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FORT MADISON — The Centerville girls basketball team picked up its first win of the season with 40-33 victory over Fort Madison on Monday.

Maddie Lange led the way with 15 points and nine rebounds while Colleen Boyle came up with seven steals as the Redettes improved to 1-1.

Centerville will travel to Osceola to take on Clarke on Thursday.

Centerville 40, Fort Madison 33

Cent        2     18  14  6    —    40    

Ft.M        4     10  8  15    —    33    

Centerville (40) — Maddie Lange 15, Jess Demry 8, Alyssa Barger 5, Katie Busch 3, Shelby Royer 3, Makenna Pershy 2, Makenzie Richmond 2, Colleen Boyle 2. Totals 15 3-8 40.

3-point goals — 7 (Lange 2, Demry 2, Busch, Barger, Royer). Fouled out — Barger. Rebounds — 45 (Lange 9). Assists — 11 (Casiddy Schacher 4). Steals — 19 (Boyle 7). Blocks — 6 (Barger 4). Total fouls — 19. Turnovers — 20.



Moravia rolls past Mormon Trail

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MORAVIA — The Moravia girls basketball team bolted out to a 20-2 first-quarter lead and never looked back during a 62-17 victory over Mormon Trail to open the season on Monday.

Katelynn Tracy led Moravia with 19 points and 10 rebounds while Mckenzie Smith added 11 points and eight steals.

Moravia travels to Seymour on Thursday.

Moravia 62, Mormon Trail 17

M.T.        2     7  2  6    —    17    

Mor.        20     11  23  8    —    62    

Moravia (62) — Katelynn Tracy 19, Mckenzie Smith 11, Kendall Brown 8, Jenna Sheehan 8, Hannah Eastlick 6, Nicole Self 6, Autumn McDanel 4. Totals 28 3-5 62.

3-point goals — 3 (Sheehan 2, Smith). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — 19 (Tracy 10). Assists — 16 (McDanel 4). Steals — 26 (Smith 8). Blocks — 6 (Brown 3, Tracy 3). Total fouls — 16. Turnovers — 17.