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Eels finish strong in victory over host Shakamak

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

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- Eels place 3 in double-digits

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Chelsea Riggs scored two points for the Eels in a win over Shakamak on Tuesday.

The Clay City Eels evened their season record on Tuesday evening with a road victory at Shakamak, 53-36.

The Lakers stayed close in the early going, trailing just 13-9 after one period. The Eels' Kristin Tyler tallied five of Clay City's points in the first period with Chelsee Gerber adding another four. However, in the second quarter, the Eels continued to add to their lead as Whitney McWilliams tallied seven of her team-high 13 points to give Clay City a 27-16 advantage at the break.

In the third period, the Eels struggled to remain on track, scoring just six points, but Shakamak only scored eight themselves.

It was the fourth quarter spark that Angie Camp provided that helped put the game away.

Camp scored eight of her 10 points and Sarah Kennedy chipped in with five as the Eels scored 20 points in the final period to create the final margin.

The junior varsity squad improved to 2-0 on the season by squeezing past the Lakers 26-24.

Next up for the Eels is a Friday trip to Barr-Reeve to face the Vikings at 6 p.m.

Clay City 53,

Shakamak 36

At Shakamak

Clay City (53)

McWilliams 4 4-4 13, Collins 2 0-0 4, Ch.Gerber 2 0-0 4, Steiner 0 0-1 0, Camp 3 4-7 10, Riggs 1 0-0 2, Tyler 3 3-6 9, Kennedy 5 1-1 11. Totals: 19 14-21 53.

Shakamak (36)

Vash 1 0-0 2, Collins 2 0-2 4, Hudson 10 7-8 17, Netherlain 3 1-4 8, Strahla 0 2-3 2, 0 0-2 0, 0 4-8 4. Totals: 15 14-27 36.

Clay City1314620-- 53
Shakamak97812-- 36

3-point fieldgoals -- Clay City 1 (McWilliams), Shakamak 1 (M.Netherlain). Total Fouls -- Clay City 24, Shakamak 18.



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