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Prep girls basketball: No. 5 Spirit Lakes tops Jackson County Central

SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa -- The Jackson County Central Huskies and Spirit Lake Indians live in different states, but the rivalry still exists between the two programs 20 miles away on Highway 71.On Friday, the Indians got the better of the Huskies by a ...

SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa - The Jackson County Central Huskies and Spirit Lake Indians live in different states, but the rivalry still exists between the two programs 20 miles away on Highway 71.
On Friday, the Indians got the better of the Huskies by a score of 67-34. Spirit Lake, ranked No. 5 in Iowa Class 3A, evened JCC’s record at 1-1.
Pipestone Area 53, Redwood 34
PIPESTONE - Pipestone Area eased past Redwood Valley 53-34.
The Arrows led 21-15 at halftime.
H-LP 49, South O’Brien 30
LAKE PARK, Iowa - Host Harris-Lake Park outscored South O’Brien 17-3 in the first quarter and held on for a 49-30 win. The Wolves made a three-point shot to begin the game, South O’Brien followed with a three-pointer of its own, but could not score any more points for the rest of the quarter.
H-LP, sitting in its 2-3 zone, held the visitors at bay throughout.
Katherin Ihnen scored 19 points to lead the Harris-Lake Park effort and, along with Nicole Rowe, rebounded well.
Shelby Schroeder scored 16 points for South O’Brien.
With the victory, H-LP evened its record at 2-2.
South O’Brien 3 13 23 30
H-LP 17 27 34 49
MOC-FV 73, S-O 39
SIBLEY, Iowa - Destiny Einerwold scored 16 points and teammates Beana Schuiteman and Hayley Pike added 13 each as MOC-Floyd Valley ran away from Sibley-Ocheyedan.
Schuiteman also dished out five assists.
Britta Harberts scored 13 points and MaLeah Doeden 11 for the Generals, who made just 16 of 50 attempts (32 percent) from the field.
MOC-FV 24 37 53 73
S-O 14 23 34 39

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