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A majority of girls basketball team from around Southeast Iowa continued their seasons Tuesday night. Here are the results from those contests.
Winfield-Mt. Union 54, Pekin 20
Winfield dominated the contest, scoring 21 points in the first quarter, while allowing Pekin just two points.
The Wolves outscored the Panthers, 15-9, and 15-2 in the second and third quarters. Pekin outscored Winfield 7-3 in the fourth, but the damage had been done.
Bradie Buffington led the Wolves with 22 points and six rebounds.
Keely Malone scored 13 points with five assists. Jobey Malone added 7 points. Melina Oepping had nine assists.
Winfield now moves to 3-0, and Pekin, 0-2.
Holy Trinity 55, WACO 30
WACO couldn’t find an answer on the offensive or defensive side of the ball, getting outscored 13-7, 13-6, 12-9, 17-8 through their Tuesday night match up.
WACO now moves to 0-2.
Mediapolis 71, Hillcrest Academy 14
The Ravens had no answer for the Bulldogs in the matchup.
Hillcrest was held to under five points in three out of four quarters.
Mediapolis outscored Hillcrest Academy 31-2, 18-7, 8-3 and 14-2.
The Ravens are now 0-3 on the season.
Wapello 49, Columbus 23
The Wildcats struggled on both the offensive and defensive end against the Arrows.
Columbus was held to or under 10 points in all four quarters of the contest.
Wapello outscored Columbus 18-4, 11-2, 11-7 in three quarter. The Wildcats outscore the Arrows in the fourth 10-9.
Sera Vela led the Wildcats with eight points. Victoria Howell and Aracely Garza both added three. Garza also grabbed nine rebounds.
Columbus is now 1-3.
Central Lee 64, Van Buren County 24
The Van Buren County girls struggled in their second game of the season.
The Warriors were held to 10 or fewer points in all fourth quarters.
Central Lee led 13-4, 32-11 and 48-21 after three quarters.
Annabelle Cormier led paced the Warriors with nine points. Zoe Best added eight points and Shea Scott finished with four.
Burlington Notre Dame 65, Cardinal 22
Cardinal had now answer for the No. 8 (1A) Nikes Tuesday evening.
The Comets scored just two points in the first half, with both coming in the second quarter.
Notre Dame led 35-2 at halftime and 44-8 after three.
Kinsey Hissem led the Comets with 11 points. Emma Becker scored five and Cynthia Albert added three.
Cardinal is now 1-2 on the season.
West Liberty 61, Mid-Prairie 38
The Golden Hawks struggled in their second matchup of the season.
West Liberty outscored Mid-Prairie 16-9 and 16-5 through the first half.
A 10-8 third quarter by the Golden Hawks was not enough to get back in the game, as the Comets would go on to score 21 in the fourth.
Maddie Nonnenmann scored 10 for the Golden Hawks with six rebounds. Nora Pennington finished with nine and Amara Jones added seven points.
The Golden Hawks are now 1-1.
Keota 37, Belle Plaine 27
The Keota girls got their first win of the season with a victory over Belle Plaine.