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Girls basketball: H-BC's Fick tops Red Rock Conference in scoring

Sidney Fick of Hills-Beaver Creek leads Red Rock Conference girls basketball in scoring, averaging 18.6 points per game, and Brooklyn DeKam of first-place Southwest Christian is second with a 17.4 per game average.

Sidney Fick of Hills-Beaver Creek leads Red Rock Conference girls basketball in scoring, averaging 18.6 points per game, and Brooklyn DeKam of first-place Southwest Christian is second with a 17.4 per game average.

Through Wednesday, Jan. 24, Southwest Christian was a perfect 9-0 in Red Rock Conference play. Hills-Beaver Creek and Edgerton were 7-2, followed by Mountain Lake Area at 5-3. Adrian, Murray County Central and Red Rock Central were all 5-4. Ellsworth was 4-5, followed by Westbrook-Walnut Grove and Fulda, both at 1-8, and Heron Lake-Okabena at 0-9.

Edgerton’s Chynna Berning (15.1 points per game), MLA’s Margo Stoesz (13.3) and Haley Simonson (12.9) rank 3-5 in scoring.

Camryn Bunting of Westbrook-Walnut Grove is the leading rebounder in the conference, averaging 10.6 rebounds per outing. Evany Luna of Fulda pulls down 9.2 rebounds per game, and Rachel Van Iperen of MCC averages 9.0.

Southwest Christian’s Emily Nerem (4.2), Jazlynn Prins (3.7) and DeKam (3.4) rank 1-2-3 in assists. Marta Stoesz of MLA is fourth at 3.3.

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Kourtney Rozeboom of H-BC leads the conference in field goal shooting, connecting on 43 of 78 for 55.1 percent. DeKam has made 62 of 119 for 52.1 percent.

 

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