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Pirates split with Trojans

Monday, December 11, 2006

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The 2006-2007 Lady Pirates
HOLSTEIN- The Odebolt-Arthur Trojans beat the Galva-Holstein Lady Pirates in Maple Valley Conference basketball action here on Saturday. The Trojans led at each quarter break, 19-11, 39-24, and 49-29, before posting the final 63-38 score.

First-year coach Ken Slater's Lady Pirates were led in scoring by Allisa McGuire with 10 points. Teammates Brandi Wagoner, Heather Joslin, and Lindsey Joslin had seven, five, and five points apiece, respectively.

In the nightcap, the Galva-Holstein boys pulled away in the fourth quarter behind big John Dentlinger, and gave G-H a split for the evening with a 70-59 win.

Pirate Coach Bob Lee felt that "our guys did a good job of playing as a team and finding the open man." Lee said, "Odebolt-Arthur always plays well against us, and tonight was no exception. It was a very competitive game and we feel fortunate to get the win."

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Nick Andresen
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John Dentlinger
The quarter scores were 16-15 (G-H), 27-27, and 40-37(G-H), before the Pirates pulled away. Dentlinger scored 21 to lead Galva-Holstein, with 11 of those points coming in the final quarter. Nick Andresen added 18 points, Ben Andresen 13, and Adrian Tracy nine for the Pirates.

Dentlinger also grabbed 11 rebounds, and the Andresens grabbed six apiece. Tracy and Nick Andresen had six assists , and Tracy and Ben Andresen each had three steals for the Pirates, who are now 2-0 in conference play.

The Pirates hit 54.7% from the field on 23 for 42 shooting. Odebolt-Arthur was led by Shea Fineran with 25 points and Tate Wilken with 11.

The G-H teams host MVC foe Lawton-Bronson on Friday night.



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