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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013 3:04 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013 3:08 p.m. CDT
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(Shaw Media Service photo/Phil Marruffo)
Princeton’s Danielle Hughes can almost taste the basket in Tuesday’s game at Dixon.

Fieldcrest 55, Putnam County 47: Fieldcrest rode the 1-2 punch of Tessa Holland (21 points) and Haley Ruestman (20) to victory over PC Tuesday, handed the Lady Panthers their first loss of the season in 12 games.

Carly Gonet and Daniela Pavlovich each scored 12 points for PC (11-1).

Dixon 56, Princeton 23: Zoe Mead led the Tigresses in defeat at Dixon Tuesday with nine points, seven in the first quarter.

Indian Creek 64, LaMoille/Ohio 44: Coach Dick Gross said his Lady Lions looked tired in Monday’s Little Ten Conference defeat. Elizabeth Geuther marked her birthday with a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds. Shiela Browning led the Lady Lions in scoring with 15 points.

Mendota 68, Rochelle 43: Ally Bromoschenkel had 23 points and Amy Devitt added 19 as the Lady Trojans rolled to a nonconference win on the road Monday.

Marquette 42, St. Bede 39: Kendall Kaufman tallied 19 points to lead the Lady Crusaders to a win on the St. Bede’s home court Monday. Hanna Bima had 12 points and Lexie Miranda 11 for the Lady Bruins.

Marquette also won the sophomore contest 25-20.

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