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GIRLS BASKETBALL: West Marshall marches to 3-0 with overtime victory

November 28, 2012
By TIMES-REPUBLICAN STAFF (sports@timesrepublican.com) , Times-Republican

STATE CENTER - The West Marshall girls' basketball team won 53-49 in overtime against Dike-New Hartford (2-1) Tuesday.

The Trojans (3-0) tied it up with a minute to go in the fourth quarter after trailing by seven with 3 minutes left. Whitney Benson hit the go-ahead shot in overtime.

Rachel Freland led the Trojans with a game-high 19 points and four rebounds. Sydney Beals reached double digits in scoring as she had 10 points.

Jennifer Davis led the team with five steals and 13 rebounds. Davis also scored six points. Benson had 11 rebounds, six points, three assists and three steals.

The Wolverines had four players with double-digit scoring. Ashley Dumler and Lizzy Blough each scored 12 points. Brooke Morgan and Morgan Samec scored 10 apiece.

The Trojans begin their NICL West Division season against East Marshall on Friday night in Le Grand.

Denver 62, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 48

REINBECK - Denver outscored Gladbrook-Reinbeck 26-6 in the fourth quarter to overcome a six-point deficit for a runaway victory, 62-48, in cross-NICL play Tuesday night.

Alex Place led the Cyclones (1-1) with 13 points, Bailey Victoria added 11 points and Elisabeth Sage had nine.

Gladbrook-Reinbeck was led by Erin Wentzien with 10 points. Emily Snider contributed nine points while Britney Keller, Hayley Weber and Ellie Stoakes pitched in six points apiece.

The Rebels (1-1) open NICL West Division play on Friday night, traveling to Eldora to face South Hardin.

Colo-NESCO 54, North Tama 31

TRAER - The Colo-NESCO girls' basketball team opened up Iowa Star Conference play by downing the defending South Division champion.

Madison Eley scored 18 points to lead the Royals (1-1, 1-0) to a 54-31 victory over North Tama on Tuesday. Shayla Dean added 10 points and Caitlyn Riese had eight for Colo-NESCO, while Madison Farren chipped in six. Eley, who finished four points shy of matching her career high, also shared the team lead with Farren in snaring seven rebounds.

Dean collected seven steals and Eley had five more for the Royals, who host Waterloo Christian in Friday's league tilt.

Allison Zobel led North Tama with nine points to go with six rebounds. Josie Youel had seven points and 10 rebounds, and Aryn Isenhower added seven points. The Redhawks go to Don Bosco on Friday.

Don Bosco 50, GMG 35

GILBERTVILLE - The GMG (0-3, 0-1) girls basketball team was defeated 50-35 by Don Bosco (1-0, 1-0) in an Iowa Star Conference game on Tuesday.

Olivia Barritt led the Wolverines with ten points and seven rebounds. Also reaching double-digits was Sara Hinson with 10 points. Caitlin Appelgate had a team-high five steals. The Dons were led by Kaitlyn McGarvey with 12 points. Brittany Hickson also hit double figures with 10 points.

GMG will face off against Iowa Star foe Meskwaki on Friday.

LATE MONDAY

Hampton-Dumont 42, AGWSR 35

ACKLEY - Hampton-Dumont finally pulled away with a 13-7 advantage in the fourth quarter to defeat AGWSR 42-35 in Monday's season opener for both girls' basketball teams.

Madison Fryslie led AGWSR with 10 points. Marissa Horner added eight points, while Ella Frazier had seven points, 12 rebounds and four steals.

 
 

 

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