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Area High School Basketball gets underway

December 3, 2010
Northern-Sun Print
Rebels drain 11 threes to race past Denver REINBECK - Paige Thompson poured in four 3-pointers on her way to a career-high 20 points as the Gladbrook-Reinbeck girls’ basketball team started the season in a big way, outscoring Denver 73-60 in a cross-NICL contest Tuesday night. The Rebels (1-0) scored more points in this season’s opener than in all but one game last year. Lauren Bengen contributed 18 points and Addi Kickbush chipped in 14 for G-R, which made 11 3-pointers on the night. Jenna Roeding pitched in nine points and a team-high seven rebounds, and Emily Snider scored eight points. Gladbrook-Reinbeck opens NICL West Division play Friday night at West Marshall. Denver (0-2) got a game-high 32 points from junior Whitney Matlack, and Taylor Buhrow added 12.

Warriors edge GMG MESKWAKI SETTLEMENT - Stacy YoungBear scored 29 points as Meskwaki Settlement defeated GMG 42-40 in Tuesday’s season opener. Vincent Lasley added seven points for the Warriors in the Iowa Star Conference boys’ basketball contest. The two teams were tied in the closing moments before Dayton Lasley made a pair of free throws with 2 seconds remaining to win it. Kyle Warren poured in 15 points to lead GMG. Chris Read added 12 points.

Meskwaki 66, GMG 54 MESKWAKI SETTLEMENT - Big nights from Tiana Thompson and Hunter YoungBear powered the Warrirors to an Iowa Star conference victory. Thompson tallied 25 points and YoungBear 21 for Meskwaki (1-0, 1-0) in their season-opener. GMG (0-3, 0-1) got 17 points, four rebounds and four steals from Emily Havelka in the loss. Abby Kulhavy added 11 points and four assists while Kristine Kienzle had 10 points and six boards.



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