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Junior High Girls VS Palmyra

The Freeman “C” team played a very short one quarter game against Palmyra Monday, Feb. 5th. Palmyra scored twice and Freeman didn’t find the basket in a 4 to 0 loss. Playing for the Lady Falcons were: Catie Reed, Summer Buss, Mattee Fry, Kylie Melton, Faith Husband and Grace VanEngen.

The Falcon “B” team fared much better, after a slow start, the girls remembered how to play hard and won a close game 20-15. Freeman led 2-0 after one quarter, but trailed by halftime 8-4. The third quarter Freeman outscored the Panthers 8-3 to hold an 11-10 lead heading into the final quarter. The Falcons increased their winning margin to five points with an 8 to 4 fourth quarter, final score 20-15. Talisa Buhr led the scoring for Freeman with 10 points, Mattee Fry, Madison Gee, Macy Schiebur, Jenna Husband and Lauren Scholz all scored two points. Others playing but failing to score were Kylie Meldon, Grace VanEngen and Catie Reed.

The Freeman “A” team finished the day with a hard fought 40 to 28 win. The teams were tied at 10-10 after one quarter; Freeman led 16-12 by halftime and 28 to 18 after three quarters. The teams played evenly during the final six minutes with Freeman adding two points to their winning margin with a 12- 10 fourth quarter to make the final score 40-28. Lexi Winkle led all scorers with 22 points followed by Kaylee Denker with 12 and Kaylee Bures with six points. Paige Malher, Autumn Schoen and Kylie Boyer played very well although not scoring, their defense and assists made for a total team effort. Others playing were: Madison Gee, Talisa Buhr, Macy Schiebur and Lauren Scholz. The win upped the Freeman record to 4 wins and 2 losses.

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