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Eagle Ashley Sidak slips in for a bucket despite a tough Winnebago defense.
Eagle Presley Heiss storms onto the court against Winnebago

The O'Neill Eagle girls had some mixed games last week when they faced off with Winnebago and Boone Central.

Their first match on Thursday against the Winnebago Indians was promising. The Indians lead with na slight early head-start, but the Eagles knew they could bounce back. Quarter two was a tie with nine points each.

In the third the Eagles managed to overtake the Indians by just points. Moving into fourth, the two teams were tied with 40 points each. The Eagles were just barely able to sneak in enough points to take the game, winning 52-47.

Ashley Sidak takes the lead in this game with 14 points, shooting two of five three-pointers for 40 percent and two of eight two-pointers for 25 percent, as well as three rebounds; Bergyn Classen 13 points and 10 rebounds; Lauryn Dusatko nine points and three rebounds; Emma Smith six points and 11 rebounds; Autumn Hilker five points and three rebounds; Olivia Young four points and six rebounds; Presley Heiss one points and five rebounds; and Taylor Cuhel three rebounds.

OHS          15      9      16       12        52

WHS         17     9      14        7        47

The girls second game brought them to Boone Central to compete against the Cardinals on Friday. This game didn't quite go as well as their previous match, though.

Right out the gate, the Cardinals took an early lead. Only by one point, though, so the Eagles still had a fair shot. Quarter two was when everything fell apart. The Eagles made some errors and allowed the Cardinals to jump them by 13 points by the halfway mark.

Third quarter wasn't much better for the team, falling below by another  11 points. Quarter four was also a repeat, with the Cardinals winning by 5. The Eagles may have tried their hardest, but the Cardinals offense and defense overpowered them. The final score was 23-52.

  Taking charge this game was Smith with 10 points, shooting three of ten two-pointers for 30 percent, as well as 10 rebounds; Classen five points and seven rebounds;Young three points and three rebounds; Sidak two points and three rebounds; Hilker, Serena Chavez and Brena Gdanitz all one point each; and Dusatko three rebounds.

OHS         7         2       7        7        23

BCH        8        14     18      12     52


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