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Freeman BB JH Ends Season


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5307c0d41656c Front Row: Emma Alberts, Felisha Moore, Jessica Osterhaus, Sadie Meyer, Abby Mason, Lyndsey Ehmen, and Kayla Haynes. Middle Row: Mary Zeman, Jordan Allen, Natalie Gertsch, Ashley Oltman, Macy Holland, Josalyn Podtburg, Ashley Parde, and Haley Pella Back Row; Montana Bender, Javieyre Mayhew, Alyssa Jurgens, Tessa Hestermann, Courtney Hill, and Rachel Buehler
Front Row: Emma Alberts, Felisha Moore, Jessica Osterhaus, Sadie Meyer, Abby Mason, Lyndsey Ehmen, and Kayla Haynes. Middle Row: Mary Zeman, Jordan Allen, Natalie Gertsch, Ashley Oltman, Macy Holland, Josalyn Podtburg, Ashley Parde, and Haley Pella Back Row; Montana Bender, Javieyre Mayhew, Alyssa Jurgens, Tessa Hestermann, Courtney Hill, and Rachel Buehler

Freeman Junior High Girls Basketball
Freeman at Johnson-Brock
Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Freeman junior high girls’ basketball team wrapped up their season at Johnson playing the Johnson-Brock Eagles on Thursday, February 20, 2014.  J-B battled the Falcons hard through a first period that ended in a 4-4 tie.  Freeman began to pull away in the second and held a 10-6 half-time advantage.  The gap widened after three with a 18-10 score.  However, the Eagles were not finished and battled back but fell short:  24-18.  Freeman was led by Kayla Haynes with nine points with Abby Mason close behind with eight.  Lyndsey Ehmen and Macy Holland tacked on two each with Felisha Moore and Jessica Osterhaus completing a free throw apiece.  Kaitlyn Simon and Jayse Koehler paced the Eagles with six points each.  
The Freeman B-team game wasn’t quite as exciting.  The Falcons trailed by only two after the first period:  4-2.  However by halftime the Falcons were down 10-2.  By the end of the third quarter things really got ugly with Freeman behind 18-2.  The Falcons managed to score again but fell 24-4.  Javieyre Mayhew and Natalie Gertsch did the scoring for the Blue.  Fallon Stutheit and Mattie Nichols led J-B with six each.
The Freeman A-team concludes its season with a 9-2 record.  The young B-team showed great strides from the beginning of the season.  All 21 players have potential to add to the Freeman Falcon tradition.  Five eighth graders finished their junior high careers.  They are:  Sadie Meyer, Lyndsey Ehmen, Abby Mason, Felisha Moore, and Jessica Osterhaus.  Sixteen seventh graders took part in the JH campaign:  Tessa Hestermann, Alyssa Jurgens, Courtney Hill, Mary Zeman, Natalie Gertsch, Rachel Buehler, Kayla Haynes, Emma Alberts, Jordan Allen, Ashley Parde, Macy Holland, Javieyer Mayhew, Ashley Oltman, Montana Bender, Haley Pella, and Josalyn Podtburg.
The Freeman junior high girls’ basketball team would like to thank Mr. Cook for all of the time and effort he gave to the team.

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