Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Late High School Reports: IA, MI, MN, WI

#4 posting 11.26.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

#3 Ames has experience with four returning starters. From the Ames Tribune.

There is more than one Megan Howard. This MH plays with North Polk and scored 30 points last night in a 69-29 win over Colo-Nesco. From the Ames Tribune.

Clinton Prince of Peace beat Sterling Christian, IL 56-51. Camanche beat Northeast 44-39. Dubuque Hempstead beat Clinton 52-42. Plus six more results from the Clinton Herald.

Seven area teams are previewed in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association. From MLive.

Ionia's Brooke Peterson, who is also a diver, is featured in the Ionia Sentinel-Standard.

Elk Rapids had 52 girls out for basketball this year. From the Elk Rapids Town Meeting.

Lyle-Pacelli is trying to regain the competitive edge. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

The Brainerd Dispatch looks at the top players in their area.

Eden Prairie will rely on defense. Prior Lake is looking to improve on their 11 wins. From the Southwest Scoreboard.

Prescott beat Ellsworth 74-68. From the Pierce County Herald.

Here are the boxes in the Eau Claire Leader Telegram.

Waukesha South beat New Berlin West 56-41. Plus six other results from the Waukesha Freeman.

Sussex Hamilton beat Hartford last week 38-29. From the Sussex Sun.

Next up: D1 results