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Granite Falls Advocate Tribune
  • Girls basketball journal: Girls get just so close to win No. 2

  • Lakeview 51, YME 49
    The hunt for win No. 2 got frustrating this week for the Yellow Medicine East girls basketball team with two losses coming through four total points.

    Against Lakeview Tuesday, YME would hold an exceedingly rare (for this season) halftime lead. Yet, Lakeview would deny the Sting their second win of the season 51-49.
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  • Lakeview 51, YME 49
    The hunt for win No. 2 got frustrating this week for the Yellow Medicine East girls basketball team with two losses coming through four total points.
    Against Lakeview Tuesday, YME would hold an exceedingly rare (for this season) halftime lead. Yet, Lakeview would deny the Sting their second win of the season 51-49.
    Kelly Anderson led the Sting, now 1-14 overall with 16 points. Cassie Struffert tacked on 12 points and Chyanne Sand had 10 points and 8 rebounds.
    Lakeview (6-10)    23 28 — 51
    YME (1-14)    25 24 — 49
    LAKEVIEW
    Team stats: 19-62 FG (2-7 3-pt); 11-21 FT; 28 rebounds; 13 fouls
    Scoring: Sadie Stelter 4, Corbin Wee 11, Brianna Hoffman 7, Brooklyn Hartle 4, Madi Nelson 5, Katie Timm 4, Allison Boerboom 16 3-point shots: Wee 1, Nelson 1 Rebound leaders: Hoffman 9 Assist leaders: Nelson 4 Steal leaders: Stelter 3
    YELLOW MEDICINE EAST
    Team stats: 21-61 FG (1-16 3-pt); 6-15 FT; 34 rebounds; 20 fouls
    Scoring: Britanna Raddatz 4, Dani Aus 2, Danie Roden 3, Kelly Anderson 16, Allison Carmany 2, Chyanne Sand 10, Cassie Struffert 12 3-point shots: Roden 1 Rebound leaders: Raddatz 8, Sand 8 Assist leaders: Aus 4 Steal leaders: Sand 4
    LqPV 47, YME 37
    Yellow Medicine East was held to just 26 percent shooting Friday night in a 47-37 loss to West Central Conference rival Lac qui Parle Valley in Granite Falls.  
    Sophomore Chyanne Sand paced the Sting with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Dani Aus also scored 10 points in the loss.
    LqPV (4-6, 6-9) 22 25 — 47
    YME (0-10, 1-13) 17 26 — 37
    Lac qui Parle Valley
    Team stats: 15-47 FG (0-2 3-pt); 17-30 FT; 26 rebounds; 12 fouls
    Scoring: Morgan Croatt 2, Aundrea DeFrane 4, Jennessa Gronholz 2, Kaitlyn Connor 11, Mackenzie Clark 2, Sarah Halldorson 3, Alysia Freetly 10, Jordan Halvorson 13 3-point shots: None Rebound leaders: Freetly 7, Connor 6, Halvorson 5 Assist leaders: Clark 5 Steal leaders: Clark 5
    YELLOW MEDICINE EAST
    Team stats: 12-38 FG (3-18 3-pt); 4-6 FT; 11 rebounds; 20 fouls
    Scoring: Britanna Raddatz 3, Dani Aus 10, Danie Roden 5, Kelly Anderson 9, Chyanna Sand 10. 3-point shots: Aus 2 Rebound leaders: Sand 7 Assist leaders: Anderson 3 Steal leaders: Sand 3
    Benson 56, YME 54
    Soooooo close. Just two points. But yet, so far away, as the Sting lost out on an opportunity for win No. 2 on the 2012-2013 season with a narrow 56-54 loss to Benson Thursday night in Benson.
    Emma Peterson and Alexa Nissen, two stars for the Braves, combined for 45 of Benson’s 56 total points. Peterson led all scorers with 25, while Nissen put in 20.
    For the Sting Kelly Anderson posted her breakout game of the season notching a 20-point night and grabbing five rebounds.
    YME (0-9, 1-12) 28 26 — 54
    Benson (4-6, 6-9) 30 26 — 56
    YELLOW MEDICINE EAST
    Team stats: 19-47 FG (5-17 3-pt); 11-15 FT; 23 rebounds; 18 fouls
    Scoring: Kelly Anderson 20, Dani Aus 12, Cassie Struffert 6, Danie Roden 6, Britanna Raddatz 2, Allison Carmany 2, Allie Zieske 2, Chyanne Sand 4 3-point shots: Aus 2, Roden 2, Anderson 1 Rebound leaders: Anderson 5, Sand 5 Assist leaders: Sand 5 Steal leaders: Carmany 3
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    Team stats: 19-43 FG (10-20 3-pt); 8-16 FT; 23 rebounds; 17 fouls
    Scoring: Emma Peterson 25, Alexa Nissen 20, Cyra Carlson 8, Hannah Ricard 3 3-point shots: Peterson 4, Nissen 5, Carlson 1 Rebound leaders: Peterson 7, Carlson 5 Assist leaders: Peterson 8 Steal leaders: Peterson 3, Nissen 3, Ricard 3

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