Girls basketball: Morrow leads H-LP girls; No. 1 MOC/FV dominates
LAKE PARK, Iowa — Noreen Morrow scored 20 points as Harris-Lake Park defeated Estherville-Lincoln Central by eight, 46-38, in a high school girls basketball game Tuesday night. Teammates Miranda Brueggeman and Kathrin Ihnen each added eight points for the Wolves.
The victory moves H-LP to 2-1 on the season.
The Wolves, who led by as much as 10 points early in the second half, won the game from the field. Both teams converted seven free throws, with H-LP attempting 18 and Estherville-Lincoln Central 10.
E-LC 8 19 26 38
H-LP 11 24 31 46
MOC/FV 71, Central Lyon 44
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa — Maurice-Orange City/Floyd Valley demonstrated why it is the No. 1-ranked team in Iowa Class 3A girls basketball Tuesday, recovering after a slow start to rout Central Lyon.Alexis Conaway scored 29 points to lead the winners. Katie Landhuis tallied 17 more points and Emily McDonald had 10.Angel Rasmussen paced Central Lyon with 12 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals.MOC/FV is 2-0 on the young season. Central Lyon is 0-1.
MOC/FV 19 30 52 71
CLyon 23 29 35 44
Wabasso 77, W-WG 31WABASSO —Leaping to a 48-13 halftime lead, the Wabasso Rabbits rolled to a convincing victory over Westbrook-Walnut Grove in the season-opener for the Chargers.Senior forward Chelsey Guetter paced the Rabbits (2-0) with 26 points, while the Woelber sisters —Elizabeth (11) and Emma (10) —combined for 21 points to lead W-WG. Emma, a freshman, netted a pair of three-pointers for the Chargers, who host Fulda Thursday in their Red Rock Conference opener.
W-WG 13 31
Wabasso 48 77