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Junior High Girls Results

Freeman “A” 47 Diller Odell 22

On Wednesday Feb. 14th, the Diller Odell Griffins came to Freeman for a 1:00 game. The young Lady Falcons played their best game of the season and sent them home with a 47-22 loss. The Falcons got off to a good start leading 9-2after one quarter; led 20-9 by halftime and 30-15 heading into the final six minutes. The girls put together their best quarter of the season scoring 17points to Diller Odell 7 to bring the final score to 47-22. Scoring for Freeman were Kaylee Bures 14 (career best including four 3 point goals), Paige Mahler & Lexi Winkle with 8 points each, Autumn Schoen 6 points, Kaylee Denker 5 points, Kylie Boyer 4 points and Madison Gee 2 points. 

Freeman “A” 30     Johnson Brock  “A” 14

On Thursday Feb. 15th, the Jr. Hi Girls traveled to Johnson Brock and played an outstanding game to defeat the Eagles 40 to 14. J-B led 5-4 after one period but Freeman gained the lead by halftime 15 to 5. The girls increased their lead to 24 to 9 heading into the final quarter and outscored the Eagles 6-5 to bring the final score to 40 to 14. Scoring for Freeman were: Kaylee Denker 15 points, (career high), Kaylee Bures 5 points, Lexi Winkle 4 points, Paige Mahler & Kylie Boyer both added 3 points. The game was costly as Kylie Bures suffered a season ending knee injury. This brings the Freeman record to 6 wins and 4 losses heading to their final game Wednesday at Lewiston.

Freeman “B” lost to Diller Odell 12 to 5 and to Johnson Brock 13 to 23 this will end their season. Their final record was 3 wins and 5 losses.

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