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College basketball: Balance helps Lady Jays win

WINNEBAGO, Neb. -- Balanced scoring, better ballhandling and improved rebounding helped the Minnesota West women's basketball team to an 82-67 victory over Little Priest Tribal College Wednesday.

WINNEBAGO, Neb. -- Balanced scoring, better ballhandling and improved rebounding helped the Minnesota West women's basketball team to an 82-67 victory over Little Priest Tribal College Wednesday.

West's win avenged a loss on its home court to Little Priest earlier in the season. This time, the Lady Jays handled the Little Priest press much better and outrebounded their rivals 59-27.

In the first meeting, Little Priest out-rebounded the Lady Jays.

Andrea Hinkeldey scored 27 points and had 11 rebounds on Wednesday for Minnesota West. Katherin Ihnen contributed 15 points and 21 rebounds. Ashlynn Wabeke had 14 points and 11 rebounds. Emily Haubrich scored 13 points, had nine assists and made five steals. Avery Van Roekel scored 11 points.

The result moves Minnesota West to 7-4 on the season.

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Lady Jays 38 82

Little Priest 24 67

 

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