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Season ends for IMS, Mid-Prairie, Highland

GTNS photo by Doug Brenneman

Washington's Isabel Bailey and Mid-Prairie's Kessa Jones (pink) battle for possession of the ball in a game at Wellman earlier this season.
GTNS photo by Doug Brenneman Washington's Isabel Bailey and Mid-Prairie's Kessa Jones (pink) battle for possession of the ball in a game at Wellman earlier this season.

One area team in each of the three smallest classes of the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union lost its basketball postseason game Wednesday. Each area team lost to a ranked team.

No. 5 Lynville-Sully 56, Iowa Mennonite 42

IMS lost its Class 1A Region 4 road game.

Senior point guard Suzanna Yoder led IMS with 20 points, seven assists, two steals and four rebounds. Mia Graber added 12 points. Yani Gutierrez recorded eight points and dished out two assists. Esther Hughes rounded out the scoring with a bucket. Senior Rubye Ney added 3 steals and pulled in a team high 7 rebounds.

IMS trailed 12-9 after the first quarter of play and 29-20 at halftime. IMS was outscored 18-10 in the third quarter.

IMS finishes the season at 10-11.

The improvement over the course of the season was obvious from the first game of the year, which was also against Lynville-Sully — a 75-30 loss.

No. 3 Center Point-Urbana 54, Mid-Prairie 30

The Golden Hawks lost on the road in the Class 3A Region 5 game.

The home team led 12-5 after one quarter and 27-9 at halftime. It was 45-20 after the third quarter.

Maddie Nonnenmann scored 11 points. Mid-Prairie teammate Caitlyn Riggan scored six points and Shae Becker five.

Mid-Prairie’s season ends with a 12-10 record.

Becker finishes her career with over 700 points and 500 rebounds.

No. 10 Wilton 88, Highland 30

The Huskies lost the Class 2A Region 5 road game and end the year with a 15-8 record.