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Nighthawks down MCS girls

TRIPP--Brooklyn Brouwer's 18 points and seven rebounds carried Tripp-Delmont/Armour over Mitchell Christian 56-49 on Thursday in Tripp. TDA made 21 field goals and went 10-of-15 from the free throw line in the win.

TRIPP-Brooklyn Brouwer's 18 points and seven rebounds carried Tripp-Delmont/Armour over Mitchell Christian 56-49 on Thursday in Tripp. TDA made 21 field goals and went 10-of-15 from the free throw line in the win.

"Our girls played a great second half. They came out with great intensity and attacked the basket," MCS head coach Jackie Van Laecken said. "If we would've played the same way in the first half, it could've been a different outcome."

Erica Koster contributed to the win with 14 points, while Mattilynn Reiner had 11 points, six assists and four steals for the Nighthawks.

Emily Reynen led the Golden Eagles with 19 points, while Abbie Reynen had 18 points, six assists and six steals in the loss. Mitchell Christian made 20 field goals in the contest and committed 18 turnovers while converting 9-of-17 free throws.

TDA won the JV contest 30-11.

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Mitchell Christian (4-8) takes on Sioux Falls Christian on Saturday in Mitchell, while TDA (6-4) faces Gayville-Volin on Saturday in Gayville.

MCS 4 11 26 49

TDA 12 25 41 56

Mitchell Christian (4-8)

Charlotte Haag 0 0-2 0 Abbie Reynen 6 3-5 18 Carlie Vander Pol 1 3-4 5 Kelsey Thompson 0 0-0 0 Emily Reynen 8 3-6 19 Taylor Lepke 3 0-0 7

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (6-4)

Erica Koster 6 1-2 14 Brooklyn Brouwer 7 4-8 18 Kayla Neugebauer 0 0-0 0 Kianna Payer 3 2-2 11 Mattilynn Reiner 4 3-4 11 Brianna Stoebner 1 0-0 2

3-point goals: MCS 4 (A. Reynen 3, Lepke), TDA 4 (Payer 3, Koster); Rebounds: MCS 23 (Haag 7), TDA 24 (Brouwer 7); Assists: MCS 13 (A. Reynen 6), TDA 14 (Brouwer 6); Turnovers: MCS 18, TDA 14

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