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The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch - Sleepy Eye, MN
  • Sleepy Eye squeaks past St. Mary’s in girls basketball

  • The St. Mary's Knights and the Sleepy Eye Indians girls basketball teams played an entertaining and tightly contested game last Thursday. The Indians came away with a three-point victory to win 58-61, but the game was up for grabs until the final buzzer. The Indians were up by three at the half, but St. Mary's...
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  • “The girls deserve all the credit for getting this win,” said Ryan Hulke, Sleepy Eye coach. “We went into halftime up three, and St Mary’s came out on a 7-1 run and worked it up to a 12 point lead with around six minutes to go.” The Indians had a lot of foul trouble with their post players, Justine Gonzales and Claire Krumbach, each tagged with four fouls, but Hulke had no choice but to put them in with 6:30 to go in the game. “It’s lucky we only lost one of them, Justine, to five fouls. We were tied with 1:20 left and we had the ball. We finally took care of it for over a minute, and went inside out multiple times until Krumbach found an open Sydney Remus for a layup and the foul to put us up three and get the win.” The Indians ended the game on a 14-2 run. Jessica Busch collected five steals and converted them into layups.
    Game stats
    St. Mary's
    Maddy Helget:
    20 points, 6 rebounds
    Allison Woitas: 10 points, 11 rebounds,
    4 steals, 4 assists
    Nikki Carr: 8 points
    Sleepy Eye
    Claire Krumbach: 17 points, 11 rebounds
    Sydney Remus: 15 points, 12 rebounds
    Jessica Busch: 10 points, 5 steals
    St. Mary's overall record is 13-11 and 7-9 in the Tomahawk Conference. They have one non-conference game remaining, away at Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City on Feb. 28.
    Sleepy Eye is 14-10 overall and 7-9 in the Tomahawk Conference. Their last regular season game is a conference game at MVL.
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