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Lady Jays beat Mount Marty JV 66-57

Four players scored in double figures as the Minnesota West women’s basketball team topped Mount Marty JV 66-57 Tuesday night at the Center for Health and Wellness in Worthington.

WORTHINGTON -- Four players scored in double figures as the Minnesota West women’s basketball team topped Mount Marty JV 66-57 Tuesday night at the Center for Health and Wellness in Worthington.

Dannyn Peterson led the way with 17 points. Macie Werdel had 13. MacKensie Post and Hunter Garcia had 10 apiece.

The Lady Jays started fast, leading 9-3 early in the first half on a 3-point Madisyn Huisman play. After Post hit a pair of free throws later in the first quarter, the lead was 14-11.

West led 36-31 at halftime but fell behind quickly in the third quarter when the Lancers scored the first six points. It was close the rest of the way until the Jays took a 64-56 lead with a little more than two minutes remaining in the contest.

Kiana Payer led Mount Marty with 15 points.

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Minnesota West had 17 assists in the game, with Post accounting for five. Peterson pulled down eight rebounds as the Lady Jays outrebounded their opponents 46-36.

Mount Marty JV 11 31 47 57

Lady Jays 17 36 48 66

MOUNT MARTY JV (3FG-2FG-FT-TP) -- Payer 3-3-0-15, Spence 1-0-0-3, Kautzman 0-3-1-7, Niles 0-5-0-10, K.Davis 0-1-2-4, Parada 1-0-0-3, Krogman 0-1-7-9, Van Houtert 0-3-0-6. Totals 5-16-10-57.

LADY JAYS (3FG-2FG-FT-TP) -- Lessman 0-2-1-5, Breske 0-1-1-3, Peterson 1-7-0-17, Post 0-4-2-10, Huisman 1-1-1-6, Garcia 2-1-2-10, Werdel 1-3-4-13, Weeldreyer 0-1-0-2. Totals 5-20-11-66.

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