Monday, November 24, 2008

Ducks, Fish and Where are they Now?

#4 posting 11.24.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

Be ve-wy ve-wy quiet. The Jackrabbits were Duck hunting yesterday. From the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.

Alexander shined for the Hawkeyes yesterday in their romp. From the Des Moines Register.

The Cyclones survived at Creighton. From the Des Moines Register and Omaha World Herald.

The Huskers are seeking an identity. From the Omaha World Herald.

Badger coach Lisa Stone was disappointed after the win against Canisius. From the Badger Beat.

There is a Fish swimming in uncharted waters. From the Mankato Free Press.

Where are they now? Catherine Hintz, the 6-8 Hastings center, is at Tusculum College after one year at Illinois Central CC.

Bethany Lutheran beat Mount Mary, WI 76-52

Macalester beat Oberlin 85-43. Trina PaStarr (Mpls Southwest) had 13 for Mac.

Wartburg beat UW Oshkosh 70-65. Samantha Harrington (Nashua-Plainfield, IA) had 20 for Wartburg. Michelle Boeder (Oshkosh West) had 20 points for UWO. From the Oshkosh Northwestern.

Carleton is ready for the journey.

Minot State split at Rocky Mountain College over the weekend. They beat Rocky Mt 71-70 on Saturday and lost to Carroll College 71-60 on Sunday. Sam Medcalf (Andover) had 16 vs RM. Mackenzie Mack (Scranton, ND) had 22 vs Carroll. From the Minot Daily News.

Riverland beat Crossroads 75-49. Brooke Monson (Austin) had 19 points for Riverland. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

McCook CC was 0-3 at the Air Force tournament. From the McCook Daily Gazette.

Big things are expected from Iowa Central's Kylie Dilla (Cherokee, IA). From the Cherokee Chronicle Times.
Iowa Central beat Southeastern IA 86-53. Abby Brend (Ogden, IA) had 19 for IC. From the Fort Dodge Messenger.

Central Lakes beat Wester WI Tech 60-57 on Saturday. Stephanie Neugebauer (Brainerd) had 19 for CL. Maekenzy Kjos (LaCrosse Logan) had 19 for WWTC

Northwestern IA JV beat MN West 76-68. Breanna Rients (SW Star) had 20 points for MW. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

MICHIGAN: Traverse City Homeschool beat Hudsonville and Howell Homeschools in the TC tournament this weekend. Ellisha Crosby had 23 points for TCH in the championship. From the Traverse City Record Eagle.

Next up: high 5 Sunday.