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 KIS 7th Grade Girls Beat Blue River, 25-17

February 7, 2007 - Knightstown’s seventh grade girls basketball team picked up a huge win last week, defeating Blue River 25-17, and raising their record to 7-2 on the season.

Kaelee Kuhn scored 15 points on 7-13 shooting and also pulled down six rebounds to lead the Lady Panther attack. Shay Pope pulled down a team-high eight rebounds to go along with two steals and a point.

Mahaley Hagey scored three points, but grabbed seven rebounds as Knightstown dominated the game on the glass. Ashley Darling and Michelle Hochstedler both scored two points and had three steals, as the Lady Panthers went to a 1-2-2 full court press that gave the Lady Vikings trouble.

Knightstown trailed 7-6 at the end of the first quarter, and the Vikings were able to stretch that to 12-9 at the halftime break. The Lady Panthers came on strong in the second half, tying the game at 17 with an 8-5 third quarter run. Then the local girls turned it on in the fourth quarter, out-scoring the Lady Vikings 8-0 for the win.

Ariel Sturgill had two points and five rebounds for the Lady Panthers, who hit the offensive glass for 15 rebounds on the night.

“I was really proud of these girls,” Coach Lisa Roberts said. “We played a hard game and we executed our game plan to the end.”

 

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